EDISON, NJ — Rockefeller Group has begun construction on Rockefeller Group 10Edison, a 900,022 s/f speculative distribution center in Edison. The distribution center will be located on 56 acres off Rte. 27 in Edison at a former ExxonMobil research lab and synthetics oil facility that operated from 1949-2016.
“Rockefeller Group is excited to be developing in Edison and bringing this facility to the Northern New Jersey market,” said Mikki Columbus, associate director, real estate development for Rockefeller Group’s New Jersey/Pennsylvania Region. “The site provides immediate access to Rte. 287 and the New Jersey Tpke.”
The cross-dock building features 40-ft clear ceiling heights, 150 dock doors, 464 auto-parking stalls and 206 trailer-parking stalls. This is Rockefeller Group’s second 40-foot clear distribution center in the market. In 2015, Rockefeller Group developed Cranbury Station Park with 40-foot ceilings, an increasingly attractive feature in modern industrial buildings.
“This project is one of the few industrial projects under construction of more than 750,000 s/f in New Jersey and is a rare combination of location and size,” said Mark Shearer, senior vice president & regional development officer for Rockefeller Group’s New Jersey/Pennsylvania Region. “With great access to the port and 40-foot high ceilings, we feel 10Edison will be attractive to a variety of users.”