Rockefeller Group Logistics Center

Piscataway, NJ

If You Build It…

Rockefeller Group Logistics Center in Piscataway is a state-of-the-art, master-planned industrial park that was developed to meet sustained demand from both industrial users and investors for Class A warehouse and distribution space along the I-287 corridor.  Rockefeller Group purchased a 226-acre and partially remediated the brownfield parcel at 171 River Road. Once certification is complete, one of the park’s facilities will become the first industrial building in the world to achieve both LEED and WELL certification – serving as a catalyst for broader adoption of WELL standards in industrial facilities

Piscataway is an area of New Jersey that is seeing robust demand for modern, top-quality warehouse space. Tenants of Rockefeller Group Logistics Center include:

  • Best Buy (725,830 SF)
  • Fujitsu General (155,000 SF)
  • Humanscale (155,000 SF)
  • Kiss (469,600 SF)
  • SHI (396,750 SF)

Building Statistics

The first building, a 725,000-square-foot distribution center located at 300 Ridge Road, was fully leased during construction to Best Buy. It features 36-foot clear ceiling heights, 137 cross-docked loading positions and 195-foot truck docks.

A Great Community

Local government officials, tenants and neighbors joined Rockefeller Group executives and staff in celebrating the official opening in 2019. The community of Piscataway, including Piscataway Mayor Brian C. Wahler, were instrumental in getting the project approved and developed.

From Brownfield to Business Park

“One of the biggest challenges facing mayors across the country is how to return deserted business areas to productive economic use,” said Piscataway Mayor Brian C. Wahler. “I can’t say enough about everyone who helped bring this project to fruition and thank Rockefeller Group for taking a creative approach to cleaning up this site, creating new jobs for our residents, and providing the revenue to build our community center.”

Unique to NJ

Location provides immediate access to major transportation routes and provides great access to the surrounding region’s robust labor pool.