A global real estate firm has closed on two North Jersey e-commerce sites and is opening an office in the Meadowlands to support growth in the region, it announced Friday.
The Goodman Group, an Australian company with its U.S. headquarters in California, said in a news release that it has purchased a 100,031-square-foot facility in Bergen County, now called Goodman Industrial Center Murray Hill and available for lease; and a 616,992-square-foot facility in Teterboro, currently leased to a major e-commerce provider.
“These new acquisitions add depth to our portfolio in New Jersey in locations characterized by high demand and limited available supply,” Anthony Rozic, CEO of Goodman North America, said in a prepared statement. “Our new office in the Meadowlands has been established to help service our existing customers and the pent-up demand we’re seeing in the area.”
Goodman said it hopes to target industrial-market opportunities in North Jersey, Central Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley.