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Multifamily Development Site Trades in Up-and-Coming Plainfield

CBRE closed the sale of 803 South Ave. in Plainfield, NJ, a fully approved multifamily development site that will total 104 apartment units. The CBRE team of Jeffrey Dunne, Jeremy Neuer, Gene Pride, and Zach McHale, along with colleagues Nat Gambuzza and Trevor Fiebel, represented the owner, a partnership between Bennett Realty & Development and EDEN Property Company, LLC, and procured the buyer, West of Hudson.

“Plainfield is a community on the rise and the interest in this site reflected that Tyler Bennett, Dennis Cieri and their team did an amazing job of taking this site through the development cycle,” said Neuer.

Gambuzza added, “This fully amenitized project will provide its residents with a magnificent 8,900-square-foot outdoor amenity space with three separate seating areas and a grilling station, a club room, fitness center, and covered/secure parking. This project will stand out among the new construction in the area.”

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