Case Study

Constitution Logistics Center

About the development

Rockefeller Group developed and sold Constitution Logistics Center, a 147,000-square-foot distribution center in Piscataway, N.J., to Bridge Industrial, a privately-owned, vertically integrated real estate operating company and investment manager. Located at 10 Constitution Avenue, the project was Rockefeller Group’s sixth industrial building developed in Piscataway in the past five years and adds to Bridge Industrial’s growing investment portfolio of New York and New Jersey distribution centers, where it currently owns over 14 million sf across 35 buildings.

The acquisition perfectly aligned with Bridge’s business strategy to acquire quality industrial buildings in supply-constraint core markets,

The property has significant advantages, the combination of building size, ample trailer parking, and dock-high loading will cater to a wide-range of tenant requirements. 

The project is approximately one mile from Exits 6 and 7 off I-287, providing access to I-95 to the south and Routes 78 and 80 to the north. Rockefeller Group’s previous Piscataway project is located four miles from 10 Constitution Avenue off Exits 8 and 9 on I-287. Constitution Logistics Center includes 36’ clear heights, 123 auto parking spaces, 57 trailer parking spaces, 41 loading docks and 3,000 sf of move in ready office space.

The KBC Advisors team of Marc Petrella and Michael Kimmel represented Rockefeller Group on the transaction. ARCO Construction was the general contractor.

Rockefeller Group acquired the 18-acre site in February 2023. A 100,000-square foot office building formerly owned and occupied by WS Audiology/Sivantos Group was demolished to accommodate the new industrial building.


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