Bussel helps trade industrial building in Carteret so bakery business can move from Brooklyn

Bussel Realty Corp. said it recently sold a 74,000-square-foot industrial building in Carteret for $11.75 million to R&L Goods Distribution, which plans to relocate its operations from Brooklyn, New York.

Jordan Metz, senior vice president, Eric Koons, vice president, and Benito Abbate, sales associate, represented the seller, Dino Tomasetti, in the transaction. The buyer was represented by Cushman & Wakefield.

“It’s becoming increasingly difficult for users to compete with investment groups in today’s hypercompetitive New Jersey core industrial port markets. The buyer pursued 110 Minue St. aggressively and front-loaded many of the due diligence items, which put them in a position to accept fewer contract contingencies than normal and to secure the deal,” Metz said. “This was a win-win for both the buyer and seller. The new owner plans to make significant renovations to the building in order to operate its expanding wholesale bakery business.”

Located at  110 Minue St., the asset is a multitenanted industrial property in close proximity to the New Jersey Turnpike, Route 1-9, Interstate 78 and the Goethals Bridge, as well as Port Newark/Elizabeth and Newark Liberty International Airport. It also features 14,000 square feet of offices, 20-foot ceiling heights, two drive-in doors and 58 surface spaces.