J.G. Petrucci Company, Inc. breaks ground on 168,000 s/f
Lehigh Valley, PA — Responding to the demand of the Lehigh Valley industrial market, J.G. Petrucci Company, Inc. announced that it has broken ground on two speculative buildings in Hanover Twp. & Bethlehem Twp. Hanover Flex Center I, a 48,600 s/f flex industrial building, is situated on 3.5-acres on Twp. Line Rd. in Hanover Twp., Northampton County. The new building is located directly off Rte. 512. Hanover Flex I is located less than 5-miles from the Lehigh Valley International Airport and is surrounded by many area amenities. The single story building will feature over 40 parking spaces, and 28’ clear ceiling height. In addition, the building includes 5 loading docks, and trailer storage. “Demand for new class ‘A’ industrial product in the Lehigh Valley market is very strong,” said Jim Petrucci, founder and president of J.G. Petrucci Co. “and our locations are prime; we are pleased with market activity.” In addition to its current construction in Hanover Twp., Petrucci received preliminary final land development approvals for Hanover Flex Center II earlier this year. The two building flex industrial center will be located at 5010 Jaindl Blvd. in Hanover Twp. Building 1, set to break ground by year-end, is comprised of 99,000 s/f. Once building 1 is leased, Petrucci plans to begin construction on building two, a 93,000 s/f building. The projects are design by Cerminara Architect and will be built by J.G. Petrucci’s in-house construction group, Iron Hill Construction Management Company.