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NAI James E. Hanson sells five industrial buildings in Meadowlands submarket

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    Hackensack-based commercial real estate firm NAI James E. Hanson announced Wednesday it represented R.J. Purcell Associates in the sale of five industrial buildings located in the Meadowlands submarket.

    The NAI Hanson team of Jeffrey DeMagistris, vice president; Thomas Vetter, SIOR, vice president; and Nicholas Herrick, SIOR and associate, represented the seller in the transaction.  Financial terms were not disclosed.

    According to the announcement, Sitex, the new owner, plans to modernize the Carlstadt-based buildings and reposition them to be more attractive to companies seeking space in the submarket.  Two of the five buildings are already occupied.

    It’s incredibly rare to have an opportunity to purchase an entire portfolio of properties in the ever-tightening Meadowlands industrial market,” Vetter said in a prepared statement. “The new owner has a history of repositioning older industrial facilities to make them more attractive to a wider range of tenants. Companies seeking industrial space close to New York City will surely be attracted to the renovated buildings.”

    NAI Hanson has been hired by Sitex to oversee leasing of the facilities, which spaces range in size from 23,400 to 39,832 square feet, according to a press release.

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    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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