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Real Estate Journal — Central New Jersey — May 10 - 23, 2019 — 7B


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IDDLESEX, NJ — Bussel Realty Corp. (BRC) an- Metz leases 70,802 s/f at 270 Heller Park Court in Dayton, New Jersey Irving of Bussel Realty brokers sale of 3 Smalley Avenue in Middlesex, New Jersey M

n o u n c e d the sale of 3 Smalley Ave. in Middlesex, a 117,000 s/f industrial fa- cility. Gr e go r y Irving , ex- ecutive vice p r e s i d e n t and principal at BRC, has represented the s e l l e r , Sunrise In- dustries, for over 30 years. “BRC is re- s p o n s i b l e

Gregory Irving

3 Smalley Ave.

270 Heller Park Court

start to finish on this project,” noted Irving. The purchaser is an investment group from Brooklyn, New York. 3 Smalley Avenue is located near Exit 10 of the New Jersey Tpke. with access to Interstate 287, Rtes. 18, 22, and 28. The property totals 117,000 s/f and has 30-foot ceilings, multiple tailboards and drive-in doors, and heavy power on 10 acres. It is also close to a New Jersey Transit rail station with direct passenger service to Newark

Penn Station and connecting service to New York. BRC leased 70,802 s/f at 270 Heller Park Court in Dayton, New Jersey, a 353,999 s/f in- dustrial property. Jordan Metz , senior vice president of BRC, represented the tenant, Moe’s Home Col- lection, a furniture store based in Vancouver, Canada. Heller Industrial is the landlord. “Moe’s Home Collection has existing class A logistics infrastructure in Seattle and

Vancouver, and was referred to me by a client to help them secure similar high cube dis- tribution space here in the New Jersey market,” said Metz. “After touring every- thing that was available to them, Moe’s selected Heller Industrial Park in Dayton for its highway access, 32-foot clear ceilings, and expansion potential within the landlord’s vast industrial portfolio. This new location enables Moe’s and constructed of cast-in place concrete, the pair of luxury buildings were mold- ed to fit on a 1.7-acre site. At their core, the buildings are reinforced with concrete col- umns embedded with steel frames, and the exteriors are covered in precast concrete panels with a decorative finish. The use of concrete and other durable materi- als such as steel and high- quality glass produce an industrial-strength energy- efficient structure that can withstand the harsh coastal environment. “This type of cast-in place construction is quite com- mon in New York high-rises, but I have not seen a proj- ect like this at the Jersey Shore,” said David Ulas- sin , owner of Cornerstone Construction Services, LLC in Somerville, which is the construction manager for this project. “Concrete is resistant to the elements— fire, wind, salt corrosion— whichmakes it practical and strong enough to literally last for hundreds of years.”

to service its customer base east of the Mississippi more effectively.” 270 Heller Park Court is a 70,802 s/f industrial property, with access to Rte. 130, the New Jersey Tpke. and Rte. 1. The property features 32- foot ceiling heights, 42-foot by 42-foot column spacing, 19 extended loading docks and one drive-in door, 400-1200 amps of electric power, and sits on 50 acres.  Concrete also lends itself to flexibility and creativ- ity. “In a luxury residential building like South Beach at Long Branch, the use of two-way concrete slabs al- lows us to achieve the wide open interior spaces that the developers envisioned,” said Ulassin. “To implement that design we used high strength concrete which allowed us to minimize ob- structions within each resi- dence.” There are no 90 degree angles within the residences and no center corridors in either of the North or South towers, explained Ulassin. The interior units span from the front of the building to the back. This design also makes it possible to offer semi-private and private el- evators to have direct access into each home. “As a result, every single residence at South Beach has beautiful unobstructed ocean views and that’s one thing that I have not seen anywhere, up and down the coast,” said Ulassin. 

Jordan Metz

for obtaining all the tenants which now occupy the build- ing. It has been a pleasure to serve the real estate needs of Sunrise Industries from

LONG BRANCH, NJ — The new glass and concrete towers rising on Ocean Ave. in Long Branch are turning heads and gaining recogni- tion for their high-quality design and durable con- struction. South Beach at Long Branch, developed by FEM South Beach Urban Renewal, LLC , has re- cently earned a top industry award from the NewJersey Concrete Association on their 56th Annual competi- tion sponsored by the NJ Concrete and Aggregate Association & the NJ Chapter of The American Concrete Institute , which recognizes the concrete out- standing projects of 2018. The oceanfront proper- ty, consisting of 47 unique residences in two buildings, has earned this year’s Top Industry Award in the Low Rise Category which recog- nizes concrete projects at the forefront of innovation and technology. South Beach has earned the distinction of being selected as one of the award winners from roughly South Beach at Long Branch wins top New Jersey Concrete Award 90 projects nominated state- wide. “It’s an honor to receive this award and to be rec- ognized as part of this ex- ceptional group of projects in New Jersey,” said CEO Mimi Feliciano of FEM South Beach Urban Re- newal, LLC. “I am so proud of our team for designing and building South Beach at Long Branch to meet the highest standards for ocean- front construction.” “The craftsmanship of the concrete is at the very heart of South Beach at Long Branch - it sets the frame- work for an iconic structure where a close collaboration between engineers, archi- tects, contractors and con- sultants has brought this unique design to life,” said Angelica Arent , senior project manager at Shore Point Architecture in Ocean Grove. Standing eight-stories tall South Beach at Long Branch

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