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The Hampshire Cos. reports strong commercial real estate activity in 2013

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Morristown-based real estate investment firm The Hampshire Companies, announced Wednesday strong levels of activity in 2013, completing 15 property acquisitions totaling 2,877,095 square feet at a value of just under $300 million.

According to the release, Hampshire also completed 16 dispositions totaling 1,885,281 square feet of office, industrial and retail space at a value of $144 million. While on the leasing side, Hampshire executed 51 leases totaling 1,335,223 square feet of new and renewal lease transactions.

Some major acquisitions include:

  • Industrial portfolio in Fairfield and Little Falls, totaling 989,200 square feet.
  • Industrial building in Middlesex, totaling 406,000 square feet.
  • Industrial building in Saddle Brook, totaling 250,000 square feet.
  • Industrial building in Carteret, totaling 234 square feet.
  • Industrial building in West Caldwell, totaling 210,530 square feet.

Some major leasing highlights include:

  • 232,134 square feet to a major distributor at 200 Milik St. in Carteret.
  • 85,000 square feet to The Fillo Factory at 10 Fairway Court in Northvale.
  • 80,000 square feet to RLB Food Distributors at 2 Dedrick Place in West Caldwell.

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Emily Bader

Emily Bader

Emily Bader is the copy and web editor at NJBIZ. She is a Brielle, N.J. native and a Rutgers University alum. You can contact her at emilyb@njbiz.com or @emilybader on Twitter.

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