Lincoln Equities Group breaks ground on 2 industrial properties in Belleville

Class A properties totaling 200K Sq. Ft. offer direct highway access and connectivity to the Port of Newark, NYC

Lincoln Equities Group celebrated the groundbreaking of Lincoln Logistics Belleville recently. Located at 681 Main St. in Belleville, and adjacent to Route 21, the site spans 15.25 acres and will comprise two Class A industrial properties — the first totaling 91,746 square feet and the second totaling 112,661 square feet.

With close proximity to all major highways, Lincoln Logistics Belleville is situated with easy access to the Lincoln Tunnel, Holland Tunnel, George Washington Bridge, Ports Newark and Elizabeth and Newark Liberty International Airport all within a short driving distance.

“The redevelopment of 681 Main St. will breathe new life into this long vacant site, but, most importantly, will also bring new revenue without creating a burden on our township resources or school district,” Belleville Township Mayor Michael Melham said. “We share in LEG’s vision to bring these state-of-the-art logistics properties to this well-located site, which will benefit Belleville residents and the surrounding area for many years to come.”

The properties will feature 36-foot clear heights, two drive-in doors per building, ESFR sprinkler systems, ample parking and finished interior office space. Built for the modern industrial user with an appeal to a wide range of tenants, the first building will include 17 dock doors, while the second property will be equipped with 26 dock doors.

“As the appetite for strategically located and modern logistics properties remains strong, we look forward to meeting the market’s demand for industrial product with easy access to both highways and ports,” Lincoln Equities Group Executive Chairman Joel Bergstein said. “The township of Belleville and Mayor Melham were tremendous partners on this project, and we’re thrilled to celebrate this milestone alongside them today.”

LEG tapped the CBRE team of Vice Chairman Thomas Monahan, Executive Vice President Larry Schiffenhaus and Executive Vice President Brian Golden to spearhead the leasing efforts for the properties, which are expected to be completed in the summer of 2025.