Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — New Jersey — November 8 - 21, 2013 — C


Badenhausen and Stypa represent buyer Cushman & Wakefield brokers 77,000 s/f building acquisition for Arrowpac C entral N ew J ersey


ECAUCUS, NJ — Ar- rowpac, Inc. has ac- quired a 77,000 s/f in-

door service between the Con- tinental U.S, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean Islands. Badenhau- sen noted that the relocation of its shipping facility responded to strong company growth and also coincided with Arrowpac’s primary Northeast shipping line relocating from the Port of New York/New Jersey to the Port of Philadelphia. “Arrowpac, which is expand- ing rapidly, wanted to accom- modate its current employee base while getting closer to Philadelphia,” he said. “Stay- ing proximate to the New Jer-

sey Turnpike – a major artery for trucking – also was impor- tant. We identified the Exit 8 market as a perfect balance from a location standpoint.” Stypa added that the for- mer FedEx terminal at 85 Twin Rivers Drive accom- modates Arrowpac’s having loading requirements and also provides room for additional growth. “This property has a lot of doors and also can be expanded,” he said. “The fact that it sits right next to the Turnpike and was available for an excellent price presented a great solution.” n

dustrial property at 85 Twin Rivers Drive in East Wind- sor, announced Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. The firm has relocated its regional shipping operation to the property from Secaucus, NJ. Cushman & Wakefield’s Daniel Badenhausen and Andrew Stypa , based at the commercial real estate services firm’s Edison office, represent- edArrowpac in the transaction. The seller was Highstown Associates, LLC . Headquartered in Secaucus, Arrowpac is a leading freight forwarder offering LTL and truckload ocean and air door-to- InPlainfield, PLAINFIELD, NJ — The New Jersey Future Leaders group at commercial real es- tate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. has teamed up with the Greater Plainfield Habitat for Humanity and the Rutgers University Habitat for Humanity Chapter to help create affordable housing in partnership with New Jersey low-income families. Through volunteer labor and donations of money and mate- rials, Habitat builds simple, decent houses with the help of homeowner families. InAugust, the organization broke ground on its West Seventh Street Village in Plainfield. The five- home complex contains two duplexes and one single-family residence. Additionally, Rut- gers’ Habitat chapter last year pledged to raise $100,000 to fund the construction of the sin- gle-family home there, marking the largest donation ever made by a campus chapter. Over the past two weeks, 32 Cushman &Wakefield employ- ees have worked on the Rut- gers-funded house. “We had such a strong response to our call for volunteers that we split the group into two separate crews and added a second build day,” said Christa DiLalo Petti , a Cushman & Wake- field research analyst based in the firm’s East Rutherford, N.J., office, who organized the Habitat for Humanity effort. “Everyone involved is so im- pressed by how this organiza- tion is working to provide a hand-up for families within our community. Being part of that is a fantastic experience.” n

85 Twin Rivers Drive

Growth Continues for NAI DiLeo-Bram&Co.

PISCATAWAY, NJ - Robert DiLeo and Eric B. Johnston, Principals of NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. are pleased to an- nounce the hiring of Greg Brown and Matthew Meade. “The addition of Greg and Matt to our team demonstrates our ongoing commitment to attract people with the experience and knowledge to support our clients with the highest level of expertise and service” states DiLeo. Greg Brown joins the

Greg comes to NAI DiLeo-Bram with a diverse and extensive back- ground in all aspects of commercial real estate. In his 15 year career, Greg has developed property, handled acquisi- tions, dispositions, landlord representa- tion, tenant representation, investment sales and developed solar energy pro- jects. Greg also brings with him multi- market experience with successful ten- ures at NAI offices in Northern Virginia and Orlando, Florida. NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. is also pleased to welcome Matthew Meade as Vice President. States Johnston, “Matt has a proven track record in the Central New Jersey office market, having suc- cessfully completed over $100 million in lease and sale transactions.”

Matthew’s focus is landlord and tenant repre- sentation, investment sales and corporate con- sulting services in office markets throughout Cen- tral New Jersey. NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. and its predecessor com- panies have been market

Matthew Meade Vice President

leaders since 1937. The fourth genera- tion company is the premier independent full service commercial real estate com- pany in Central New Jersey. NAI DiLeo- Bram is a team of over thirty accom- plished real estate professionals and sup- port staff dedicated to their clients’ suc- cess through unrivaled local expertise and global reach.

company as Managing Director. Greg’s primary responsibility at NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. is to help develop and execute the principals’ vision for the firm.

Greg Brown Managing Director

Christopher Galiano Named 2014 President of SIORNJ Chapter

NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. Is Proud To Be Exclusive Broker & Property Manager For Magyar Bank’s Commercial REO Properties

Christopher Galiano, SIOR, Managing Director of NAI DiLeo- Bram & Co. was named President of The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) New Jersey Chapter at the annual reorganiza- tion meeting last week. SIOR New Jersey is a professional organiza- tion comprised of sixty-nine members representing the leading indus- trial and office realtors in the state. Chris has been a member of SIOR since 2008 and has previously served on the Executive Board and as Chapter Vice President. “Leading the New Jersey Chapter of such a prestigious organization is an honor. My involvement in SIOR

Christopher Galiano, SIOR Managing Director

has been very rewarding and has allowed me to better serve my clients” commented Gali- ano. SIOR is the leading professional commercial and industrial real estate association in the world.

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