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Fujitsu General signs on for Rockefeller Group Logistics Center

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Rockefeller Group Logistics Center, Buildings 1 and 2, Piscataway.
Rockefeller Group Logistics Center, Buildings 1 and 2, Piscataway. - ()

In a move to consolidate and expand its New Jersey distribution operations, Fujitsu General America Inc. has leased 155,000 square feet at the Rockefeller Group Logistics Center in Piscataway.

Joint venture partners Rockefeller Group and PCCP LLC announced the lease Tuesday.

“In order to best serve our customers in the Northeast, we felt it was important to consolidate our operations in Middlesex County,” Fujitsu General President and COO Matt Peterson said in a release, adding the new facility will basically “double the capacity of our existing distribution center.”

According to the partnership, HVAC-provider Fujitsu General’s lease brings the second building at the center to full occupancy and marks the third overall for the site.

Rockefeller is developing five buildings to total 2.1 million square feet at the Piscataway property.

Heath Abramsohn, Rockefeller vice president and regional director for the New Jersey and Pennsylvania region, named Humanscale and Best Buy as the other companies signed on for occupancy.

Jules Nissim, Stan Danzig and Marc Petrella from real estate company Cushman & Wakefield represented Rockefeller and PCCP in the transaction, along with an in-house team from Rockefeller led by Abromsohn. Cushman also serves as exclusive marketing and leasing agents for the center.

Fujitsu General was represented by Bob Sager and Dave Blitt of Bussel Realty.

Real estate developer, owner and operator Rockefeller Group is headquartered in New York with New Jersey offices in Morristown. Real estate finance and investment management firm PCCP has offices in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

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