Fabric, textile companies sign leases totaling 57K sq. ft. in Kenilworth, Franklin Twp.

NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. on Tuesday announced two new industrial lease agreements totaling 57,000 square feet in separate landlord and tenant representation assignments within Union and Somerset counties, respectively.

At 3 Mark Road, Kenilworth, the NAIDB brokerage team of David Simon, chief operating officer, Catherine Goski-Vasquez, associate vice president, and Richard Goski, vice president, represented the owner as exclusive leasing agent. In the second transaction, Chris Galiano, managing director/principal, represented a tenant at 72 Veronica Ave., Somerset.

In Kenilworth, where access to the region’s extensive roadway network draws a wide range of warehouse and industrial users, NAIDB exclusively represented ownership in a 42,000-square-foot lease agreement with Timeless Treasures Fabrics of Soho LLC, a leading manufacturer of cotton print, basic, solid and flannel fabrics.

Located minutes from Route 22, 3 Mark Road consists of 38,000 square feet of warehouse space, 4,000 square feet of finished office space and a 24,000-square-foot fenced paved lot. The building also features two drive-in doors, two interior loading docks, one three-ton and one five-ton crane and 17-foot ceiling heights.

The 3 Mark Road property is less than three miles from the Garden State Parkway (Exit 138) and four miles from Interstate 78. A favored locale among industrial users, Kenilworth also offers quick connectivity to Port Newark, Port Elizabeth and Newark Liberty International Airport, 20 minutes away.

Colliers International’s Linda Hill and Doug Bansbach of the Woodbridge office served as the tenant’s representatives in the transaction.

To the south in Somerset, NAIDB represented H.N. International Group in its 15,000-square-foot lease at 72 Veronica Ave. at the Franklin Technical Center. The firm secured the lease on behalf of the wholesale home-textiles operator for three total units within one of two 50,000-square-foot industrial/flex buildings that are part of the center. Situated between Princeton and Rutgers universities, the buildings are zoned for medium industrial uses.