4A — October 27 - November 9, 2017 — M id A tlantic

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M id A tlantic R eal E state J ournal Burdette of Stan Johnson Company represents the seller CenterPoint acquires distribution center in Northern New Jersey


ayne, NJ — Cen- terPoint Proper- ties announced the

acquire a premier building in one of the most important e-commerce markets in the country.” The state-of-the-art distribu- tion center is fully leased on a long-term basis to one of the largest delivery companies in North America. Located on 14 acres, this modern, class A facility was built in 2016 and has immediate access to major highways, including I-80 and US 46. Additionally, the ware- house is within 30 miles of 13.5 Million people. The building is strategically located 20 miles from the George Washington

Bridge, 24 miles from the New- ark Airport, 26 miles from Port Newark and 32 miles from the Port of New York and New Jer- sey. Property features include 90 trailer parking spots, 219 car parking spots, 44 dock high doors and 28’ clear heights. “This is our second acquisi- tion in Northern NJ this year, bringing our NJ/NY portfolio to more than 4.5 Million s/f,” said Charlton. “In the last three years, CenterPoint has invested over $1.8 Billion in acquisitions and development across the United States, and we will continue to aggressively seek out additional acquisition opportunities - particularly in the port markets of Northern New Jersey, Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, South Florida and Seattle.” n CASA names Barley Snyder “Heroes in the Lives of Children” Lancaster, Pa — The Court Appointed Special Ad- vocates for Children (CASA) of Lancaster County has named Barley Snyder the recipient of one of its biggest annual awards, “Heroes in the Lives of Children.” The award is handed out each year to an organization that has made an exceptional effort to effect positive change in the life of a child. Barley Snyder provides pro bono legal guidance to CASA of Lancaster County and has made financial contributions to the nonprofit organization. CASA also uses Barley Sny- der’s office on East King St. in downtown Lancaster for meetings, training, and even to film a CASA movie. Barley Snyder partner Scott Landis has been on the board at CASA of Lancaster County for the last six years, and has been board president for the last three. “Since it started in this area in the mid-2000s, CASA has filled a very necessary void in the region,” Landis said. “No child should ever go home- less, and our at-risk children are most vulnerable. CASA has been successful in helping many of those children find homes, and I’m proud to be a part of an organization doing such tremendous work. As a firm, we’re proud to aid CASA in its mission, one we strongly support.” n

acquisition of a new, 163,253 s/f distribution center located at 95 Demarest Dr. in Wayne. Britton Burdette of Stan Johnson Company repre- sented the seller. “This facility is a strategic, last-mile asset, located in the underserved Northern New Jersey industrial market,” said PJ Charlton , senior vice president of investments at CenterPoint. “Given its prox- imity to New York City’s dense population, we are excited to

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