J.G. Petrucci Company, Inc., one of the region’s leading development and design/build construction firms, has announced that they are breaking ground on multiple projects in Q4 2020, totaling over 2 million square feet in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
In Logan Township, the company will break ground on Building “A” at the Port Logistics Center at Logan, a 1,028,950-square-foot Class A development. Port Logistics Center at Logan is a four-building park totaling over 1,874,900 square feet that sits on roughly 188 acres and is less than 30 miles from the Philadelphia International Airport and the Port of Philadelphia.
“Despite the pandemic, we continue to see strong demand for industrial space in close proximity to major Northeast Metropolitan areas, especially with e-commerce, logistic, and manufacturing organizations,” explains Executive Vice President Peter Polt. “To meet that demand, we have numerous projects under construction that offer effective real estate solutions and smart investment opportunities for a multitude of users.”
The company has also broken ground on two additional facilities that will meet users’ needs for over 500,000 square feet along Interstate 78.
Bethel Industrial Center at 78, in Bethel, PA, will feature 587,100 square feet, with over 120 dock doors, 350 vehicle parking spaces, and 164 dedicated trailer stalls. The development sits on just over 44 acres directly off the interstate, with a workforce population of 118,959 located within a 30-minute drive.
Heading east on Interstate 78, J.G. Petrucci has broken ground on the Phillipsburg Logistics Center at 78. The 511,200-square-foot state-of-the-art industrial building will feature 36′ clear ceiling height, ample trailer and vehicle parking, and LED lighting. The 70-acre site is less than two miles from I-78 and provides toll-free access to and from the Port of New York and New Jersey.
In Bethlehem, PA, construction is underway on a pre-leased 156,000-square-foot. food production facility located in Lehigh Valley Industrial Park VII. The 8.86 acre site at 1025 Feather Way offers high visibility and public transportation with direct access to the building for future employees. Besides providing several tax incentives, Lehigh Valley Industrial Park VII is home to top industry leaders including, REEB Millwork, Curtiss-Wright, Crayola, and DHL Primark.
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