Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — December 27 - January 16, 2020 — 15B


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ALEIGH, NC — The Raleigh/Washington, DC office of Duke Re- New building will provide move-in ready, state-of-the-art warehouse space Duke Realty constructing 166,000 s/f industrial building in Greenfield North Business Park R immediately with completion scheduled for July 2020. to respond to clients with im- mediate space needs.” Butterball and Golden State Foods.

alty Corporation (Duke Realty) , a domestic only, pure-play logistics property REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) in the United States, announced that it is build- ing Greenfield North 1201, a new, speculative, 165,921 s/f bulk warehouse. Located in Garner just south of Raleigh, Greenfield North 1201 will be the eighth industrial building owned and operated by Duke Realty in Greenfield North Business Park. All of Duke Realty’s other buildings in the park are currently 100% leased. Construction on Green- field North 1201 will begin

“Raleigh remains a strong industrial market for Duke Realty, and Greenfield North Business Park continues to be an attractive destination for businesses looking for high- quality warehouse/distribu- tion space in a central location with superior highway ac- cess,” said Battista Orcino , vice president of leasing and development for Duke Realty in Raleigh. “Since all of our Greenfield North properties are fully leased, we elected to start a speculative building so that we can be positioned

Greenfield North Business Park is a master-planned in- dustrial campus located at the interchange of I-40 and U.S. 70 and the proposed extension of I-540. The park, which is the only rail-served industrial park in the Raleigh area, is within minutes of downtown Raleigh, RDU International Airport and the I-440 Beltline. Leading companies in the park include Atlantic Tire Distribu- tors, Crown Equipment Cor- poration, Mattress Firm, the North Carolina Department of Transportation, Mohawk,

Located at 1201 North Greenfield Parkway, Green- field North 1201 will feature 32' clear height, 50' x 50' col- umn spacing, 30 – 9' x 10' dock doors, two 12' x 14' drive-in doors, an ESFR fire protection system and 2,400-amp electri- cal service. Outside the build- ing will be a 120' truck court and parking for 96 trailers and 129 automobiles. Cushman & Wakefield is the leasing representative on Greenfield North and all of Duke Realty’s assets in the Raleigh/Durham market. 

Alfred Sanzari Enterprises pro- motes Erin Henry to commercial property manager HACKENSACK, NJ — Al- fred Sanzari Enterprises announced that Erin Henry

has been pro- moted to the role of com- mercial prop- erty manag- er, oversee- ing 2 million s/f of Alfred Sanzari En- terprises’ of-

Erin Henry

fice and industrial portfolio. Since joining Alfred Sanzari Enterprises in 2009, Henry’s attention to detail and work ethic has enabled her to quickly rise through the ranks of the company, most recently hold- ing the position of operations coordinator and industrial property manager. In her new role, Henry will oversee the management of 2 million s/f of Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ office and industrial portfolio including their 335,000 s/f Court Plaza office complex and 200,000 s/f Heights Plaza office building. Managing more than 200 commercial tenants, Henry will work closely with Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ director of property management, Jeffrey Fuller , to ensure that every tenant receives the highest standards of service to promote tenant satisfaction and reten- tion across the properties under her management. In addition to overseeing day-to-day maintenance and ongoing tenant needs, Henry will work with Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ internal construc- tion team to manage tenant improvements and repairs. “Our property management services lie at the heart of our firm’s remarkable success over the past 75 years,” said Fuller. “Through responsive, hands-on tenant service, we have been able to ensure high occupancy across our portfolio and attract many of the region’s most rep- utable companies to our build- ings. I applaud Erin on this much-deserved promotion, and I know her track record of exemplary tenant service will allow us to continue to build upon this legacy.” 

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