Case Study

Rockefeller Group Logistics Center Eastampton

About the development

Rockefeller Group Logistics Center Eastampton is located on a 27.64-acre parcel on Route 206, approximately eight miles from Exit 7 of the New Jersey Turnpike.  The 345,600 SF Class-A site plan includes 96 trailer spaces, 384 auto parking spaces, and a 185’ truck court with a 60’ concrete apron.  The state-of-the-art facility includes 54 dock doors with two drive-in doors, 36’ clear height, 4,000 square feet of speculative office space, 3,000 amps of power and LED lighting.

In February 2023, Rockefeller Group sold the building to Glendale Warehouse and Distribution Corp. for $83 million. The project drew significant interest from both local and national users during the construction of the core and shell but Rockefeller Group was excited to sell it to Glendale, a user-buyer who was purchasing a new, Class A distribution center in one of New Jersey’s fastest growing industrial markets – Burlington County.”

Glendale used the building for the distribution of spices and other food grade products. “Glendale is excited to be moving into our new, state-of-the art distribution center in Eastampton as we continue to expand our business in New Jersey,” said Glendale President Frank Collette. “With this new facility, developed by a terrific partner in Rockefeller Group, we are consolidating operations from multiple buildings in Edison to this larger building and will be able to better serve our customers and utilize multiple ports of entry for our imported products.”

Rockefeller Group and Glendale worked closely together on completing the building to meet Glendale’s stringent food safety requirements and operational needs.  Glendale will employ approximately 30 workers at the new facility, many of whom are coming over from the Edison properties.

Chuck Fern from Cushman and Wakefield represented the buyer and the CBRE team of Tom Monahan, Gerard Monahan, Stephen D’Amato, Larry Schiffenhaus, Lauren Hageman and Ana Lazarides served as the exclusive agent for the seller.  Blue Rock Construction was the general contractor, Menlo Engineering was the civil engineer and KSS Architects designed the building. 

The project’s proximity to the New Jersey Turnpike made it ideal for tenants looking to reach a large number of customers.  Burlington County has become a core market for users, developers and owners driven by its accessibility to New York and New Jersey ports, Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia.

Blue Rock Construction was the general contractor. Menlo Engineering was the civil engineer and KSS Architects designed the building.


Total Square Feet


Car Parking Spaces


Clear Height
  • 345,600 SF total building size
  • 4,000 SF of office
  • 27.64 acres
  • 36’ ceiling height
  • 54’ x 50’ (60’ speed bay) column spacing
  • 54 (9’ x 10’) dock doors
  • 2 (12’ x 16’) drive-in doors
  • 384 car spaces
  • 96 trailer spaces
  • 3,000 amps of power
  • Q3 2022 delivery