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Sitex Acquires Two Industrial Properties Near NJ Turnpike

Sitex Group recently acquired two industrial facilities in New Jersey. They include a vacant, low coverage site at 440 Florida Grove Rd. in Perth Amboy and a 23,000-square-foot warehouse at 629 Henry St. in Elizabeth. Both properties were acquired from private investors for undisclosed sums.

Given the limited supply of low-coverage land sites with large surface parking areas near the New Jersey Turnpike Corridor, Sitex expects strong interest from companies with large fleet vehicle and truck parking requirements for the Perth Amboy property.
629 Henry is located near the Turnpike’s Exit 13A and only a few miles from the Port of Newark/Elizabeth and Newark International Airport. It’s leased to a logistics company that relies on the property’s immediate access to the port.
“While other investment groups have taken a wait-and-see approach during the pandemic, we have been incredibly active on the acquisition front,” said Sitex principal Blake Chroman.


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