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Marc Shein and Robert V. DiLeo of NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. arrange $8.55 Million sale of Middlesex, grocery-anchored shopping center

Middlesex, NJ — NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. (NAIDB) senior VP Marc Shein has orchestrated the $8.55M sale of a 69,750 s/f supermarket-anchored retail center on behalf of the seller in Middlesex. Following the sale, the retail center’s fully renovated supermarket space opened as an all-new SuperFresh in time for the 2023 holiday season.

Part of the Key Food Stores cooperative, SuperFresh Middlesex is the chain’s second-largest store behind Linden and part of Food World Market.

“SuperFresh Middlesex brings a much-needed supermarket back online within the borough to meet the daily grocery needs of about 294,000 people within a five-mile radius,” said Shein, who spearheaded the NAIDB brokerage team that included Robert V. DiLeo, associate. “This modern neighborhood retail center also attracted the buyer because of its high-visibility presence along one of the most-traveled commercial districts in the area and walkable proximity to an adjacent 200-unit multifamily development.”

Located at 242 Lincoln Blvd., SuperFresh Middlesex occupies 57,000 s/f of space that was a former Price Saver. There is 6,300 s/f of second-floor office space as well as a separate 6,115 s/f liquor store tenant. Additionally, the building has seven loading docks, a compactor pad and more than 200 parking spaces.

Situated on 3.9 acres adjacent to The View Apartments, SuperFresh Middlesex is less than two miles from The Lofts at Middlesex, another new 146-unit multifamily community on South Lincoln Ave., as well as other key residential neighborhoods. Middlesex’s main commercial districts include Lincoln Blvd. and Bound Brook Rd., both of which are lined with local, regional and national retailers, cafes, shops and restaurants. Bridgewater Commons and Menlo Park Mall are minutes away.

As a hub within the Raritan Valley Region, Middlesex is bordered by Dunellen and Piscataway Twp. in a county that bears the same name as the borough. It is about 35 miles southwest of NYC and offers commuters two NJ Transit rail stations as well as bus and highway connectivity.

The buyer was represented by Bennett Realty & Development.


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