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NAI James E. Hanson arranged the sale of an outdoor storage industrial property in New Brunswick, N

NAI Hanson Closes Deal for Outdoor Storage in New Brunswick

NAI James E. Hanson arranged the sale of 5.6 acres of industrial outdoor storage at 703-711 Jersey Ave. in New Brunswick, NJ. Deal terms weren’t disclosed. NAI Hanson’s Russell Verducci and Eric Demmers represented both the buyer and the seller, Ret Industrial. 

Situated in the Jersey Avenue industrial area, 703-711 Jersey Ave is zoned for general industrial use.  The buyer plans to use the property as outdoor storage for trucking containers. 

“As industrial projects across the state move forward, demand for outdoor storage will only grow as available land becomes harder to find,” said Verducci. “Demand has risen to the point where outdoor storage is outpacing the traditional industrial market and it shows no signs of slowing any time soon. The trajectory of the asset classes ensures that owners of suitable properties will continue to be in a highly favorable position should they look to sell.” 


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