Colliers helps Velocity Venture Partners ink 5 new industrial leases to bring Pennsauken property to full occupancy

The Colliers industrial team has been busy the last several months. According to a Tuesday announcement, it has worked with Velocity Venture Partners to secure five new leases in Pennsauken to bring a 38,000-square-foot building to 100% occupancy.

Ian Richman, Ross Abramsohn and Marc Isdaner of Colliers said that the leases with Contract Callers Inc., Pearwood Brands, Frontline Automation, Liberty Manufacturing and National Rug Cleaners bring 2301 Haddonfield Road to full stabilization.

The building was formerly occupied by a single tenant, and Velocity purchased the site in early 2020. After the company was sold and vacated the site earlier this year, Velocity capitalized on the unique build of the asset to reoccupy the individual units with a diverse mix of tenants and use cases.

“The departure of our inherited tenant at this building was not a planned event, but I am thrilled with our team’s ability to significantly renovate the site and fully stabilize it well short of a year after taking the space back. The Colliers team knocked it out of the park with this assignment and helped us bring five new businesses to the Velocity family and the township of Pennsauken. Great work all around,” Tony Grelli, co-founder of Velocity, said.

Abramsohn added, “The combination of strong demand in the market for small warehouse spaces, paired with the landlord’s commitment to making improvements to the building helped accelerate the lease-up of this property.”

The building features 11 drive-in loading doors, two loading docks and 16-foot ceilings. It is well-located just off Routes 73 and 130, providing immediate access to multiple bridges to Philadelphia.