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NAIOP NJ Announces 2022 Leadership, Gala Honorees

January 27, 2022. NAIOP New Jersey kicked off its virtual 2022 Annual Meeting & CRE Outlook with the introduction of the organization’s 2022 leadership slate and this year’s Commercial Real Estate Awards Gala honorees. Vice President Special Events – Matt Schlindwein, Managing Partner, Greek Development


Greek, Advance lock down $235M refi’ for Linden Logistics Center

December 10, 2021. LINDEN, NJ - “Today’s announcement serves as a testament to both the strength of the project and the combined hard work of everyone involved,” said Frank Greek, at Greek Development. “Alongside our key project partners, we’ve successfully provided an unrivaled, state-of-the-art, Class-A logistics space in the Port of NY/NJ region and look forward to Linden’s continued momentum and success.”


Nabisco’s Fair Lawn farewell: N.J. cookie landmark gets dunked

NOVEMBER 17, 2021. Fair Lawn, NJ - In October, Mondelez sold the Nabisco plant to Greek Development an East Brunswick construction company, for $146.5 million. “Us coming in and basically committing to keep this a viable, leasable asset for a long time by redeveloping it, I think they’re very happy that it’s not going to sit there in its current state, vacant for a long time,” David Greek says.


Greek Development lands sought-after Philadelphia industrial building for $31.5M

June 9, 2021. PHILADELPHIA, PA - "Greek Development has been actively looking to expand its footprint in Philadelphia and the surrounding area. “We’re very much in love with the Philadelphia market,” said David Greek, who oversees acquisitions for the company. “Philadelphia has a lot of room left to run, in my opinion. We think we are early in the cycle in Philadelphia and there’s room for more development.”

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Developers Ink 481,000 sq. ft. Lease, Landing First Tenant at New Linden Industrial Park

June 2, 2021. LINDEN, NJ - World Distribution Services is the first tenant to commit to the 350-acre property just west of the New Jersey Turnpike. Advance Realty Investors, Greek Development and PGIM Real Estate are developing what’s known as the Linden Logistics Center, having delivered more than 1.3 million square feet to date.

World Distribution Services will occupy 480,844 square feet at 500 Linden Logistics Way, also known as Building E. CBRE is marketing the other completed structure, Building G, which spans 840,203 square feet.

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Construction Financing and the COVID-19 Challenge

September 3. 2020. LOGAN, NJ - From Commercial Property Executive:  Advance Realty Investors and Greek Development could tell you a lot about what it takes to get construction financed in this climate. The partners are teaming up on Logan North Industrial Park, a 3.2 million-square-foot industrial project in Logan Township, N.J., a Philadelphia suburb.

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Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey Industrial Market: Everything Investors Need to Know

August 28, 2020.LOGAN, NJ - Greek acquired the 520-acre Logan North development site in 2017 and has landed a major build-to-suit tenant in Target. Across Route 322 from Logan North, J.G. Petrucci owns a 200-acre development site that would support four buildings totaling 1.8 million square feet. Petrucci recently finished a 95,872-square-foot spec building in LogistiCenter at Logan and has additional land at Gateway Salem.

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David Greek has been named the newest member of Georgetown University’s Real Estate Steering Committee

July 21, 2020. David Greek has been named the newest member of Georgetown University’s Real Estate Steering Committee. He is excited to give back to his alma mater and help shape the next generations of real estate professionals. David Greek is responsible for new development and acquisition opportunities as well as expanding Greek Developments core business and progressing its expanding services.


Wells Fargo, Provident Bank Provide $103M in Financing for N.J. Industrial Park

July 17, 2020. LINDEN, NJ - Advance Realty Investors and Greek Development have landed $103.5 million in construction financing for two buildings in Logan North Industrial Park, a planned 3.2-million-square-foot industrial park in Gloucester County, N.J., Commercial Observer has learned. Wells Fargo provided $69 million for the construction of Building H, while Provident Bank lent $34 million for the development of Building E.