Real Estate Journal — New Jersey — August 11 - 24, 2017 — 13B
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Bussel Realty leases 10,608 s/f at 60 Campus Drive in Edison
RANChBuRg, NJ — Allergan Sales LLC and one of its subsid- Murray Construction owns Branchburg Corp. Campus NKF and JLL team up again for 283,000 s/f in Branchburg B at the building. Simultane- ously, the brokerage teams negotiated the acquisition of 4 MillenniumWay, a 147,000 s/f building, for Allergan Sales LLC. to the entrepreneurial family which owns the Branchburg,” noted Simson.
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The tenant and purchaser of the two buildings was rep- resented by international director, broker lead Dan Loughlin and vice president Jodie Matthews with JLL's offices in Parsippany, New Jersey. Michael Nachtome , COO of Murray Construction was integral in completing the transaction on behalf of the ownership, in conjunction with Robert Brown , lead attorney at Epstein, Brown & gioia, LLC . n
iaries, Life- Cell Corp., has leased a n d p u r - chased two buildings at Branchburg C o r p o r a t e C a m p u s o wn e d b y Murray Construction . The 136,283 s/f 1 Millen- nium Way in Branchburg serves as the U.S. headquar- ters for LifeCell, which just signed a new 12-year lease David Simson NAiOP NJ seminar: Regulatory, . . . that developers need to incorpo- rate Green Infrastructure (GI) when they are developing or redeveloping urban areas. “Consider ways of managing storm water overflow on your sites that more closely mimic the natural cycle,” Putnam advised. “The DEP is working closely with LSRPs to provide guidance on strategies for incorporating GI on remediation sites, and offer- ing attractive financial incen- tives to communities to establish these systems.” Putnam said that the depart- ment works with the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust (EIT) to fund water infra- structure projects in local com- munities across the state. Pri- vate companies can partner with a government entity to finance infrastructure improvements, particularly in high-priority CSO areas. Tony DiLodovico of Bowman Consulting, whose firm assists municipalities in solving storm water and sewage management issues, said, “We are encouraged by the DEP’s progress in coor- dinating its efforts and putting together financing programs to support much-needed improve- ments.” Andrea Adebowale with City of Newark’s Department of Wa- ter & Sewer Utilities described the city’s efforts to overhaul its storm water infrastructure. “We began working with the Passaic County Sewage Commission in 2015, and we are now in the pro- cess of deciding what the design will be for all of our facilities,” said Adebowale. “It is a very long process that involves the cooperation of everyone from municipalities to developers to property owners.” n continued from page 8B
EDisON, NJ — Bussel Re- alty Corp. (BRC) announced Haz International has leased 10,608 s/f at 60 Campus Dr. in Raritan Center, Edison. Manny Judah , vice presi- dent of BRC, represented Haz International in the transac- tion. The landlord, Federal Business Centers, was repre- sented in-house. “Haz International will uti- lize the facility for its import and export business, and the warehousing and distribution
of its perfumes and cosmetics to customers in the New York metro area,” said Judah. Part of Campus Plaza, 60 Campus Dr. is located in Rari- tan Center in Edison, New Jersey, near Exit 10 of the NJ Tpke., Rtes. 1, 9, and 440, as well as the Outerbridge Crossing to Staten Island and Brooklyn, NY. Campus Plaza totals 104,120 s/f and has 16- foot ceiling heights, 4 loading docks, and 260 surface spaces for parking. n
Murray Construction, the landlord and seller of the buildings, was represented by Newmark Knight Frank ’s vice chairman and chief op- erating officer for New Jersey David simson . “Our organization is de- lighted to assist the owner- ship with the sale of 4 Mil- lennium and stabilization of the long-term lease at 1 Millennium to create value
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