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NAIOP New Jersey Announces Deal of the Year Finalists

March 19, 2019. Congratulations to the Deal of the Year Finalists! The winners will be announced at the 32nd Annual Commercial Real Estate Awards Gala on May 16, 2019.

Industrial: Linden Logistics Center, Linden With over 100 years of chemical manufacturing, 30 total years of environmental cleanup and 15 years of vacant, idle land at Tremley Point, Linden, in 2018, it was time for the team of Greek Development, Advance Realty and CBRE to acquire the site and start the 4.1 million SF warehouse redevelopment and transformation on this site.  

Aerial perspective render of Linden Logistics Park, Linden, NJ

Greek, LaSalle sell 452,000 sq. ft. industrial building in Piscataway

December 6, 2018. A joint venture has sold a newly built, 452,000-square-foot industrial building in Piscataway, in a deal arranged by brokers with Cushman & Wakefield.

The real estate services firm on Wednesday said it represented Greek Development and LaSalle Investment Management in the sale of 1 Turner Place, a fully leased property just off Interstate 287. Bentall Kennedy acquired the building on behalf of an institutional investor client, although terms were not undisclosed.

Aerial perspective render of Linden Logistics Park, Linden, NJ

Advance and Greek Building 4.1M SF Linden Logistics Center

November 15, 2018. The class-A warehouse complex is the largest planned industrial development in port of NY/NJ region.

LINDEN, NJ—A joint venture of Advance Realty and Greek Development will build a massive a 4.1-million-square-foot, state-of-the-art logistics park on a 350-acre tract of land in Linden, NJ, that the partnership acquired earlier this year.

Greek Development Building Site

Greek Development Named One of US Builders Review's "Best of the United States 2018"

May 7, 2018. In search of a modern industrial building, the Canadian-based packaging company Cascades Inc., knew who to call after its Queens, New York, facility had become antiquated.

Fifty miles to the west, in Piscataway, New Jersey, ever-visionary Greek Development had built on spec a sprawling facility where a former chemical plant had stood. The new digs could be fine-tuned to the needs of a tenant, which—after some initial reluctance—became Cascades Inc.