Posts Categorized: Pennsauken Industrial Space

SNS Real Estate Investment Group acquires 60,000 sq. ft. industrial building in Pennsauken

SNS Real Estate Investment Group LLC acquired a 60,000-square-foot industrial building in Pennsauken that is currently 100% occupied. Located at 5105-5117 Central Highway, the property was added to the SNS portfolio as part of a long-term investment strategy it has begun to employ in the Philadelphia industrial submarkets. SNS also recently acquired an additional 60,000 square… Read more »

WCRE Completes Investment Sale in Pennsauken, NJ

WCRE is proud to have exclusively represented KSG Pennsauken 6710, LLC in the acquisition of this 15,000 square foot Flex/Warehouse located at 6710 Westfield Avenue, Pennsauken, New Jersey from Spectrum Realty LLC.  KSG purchased this investment property due to the existing long-term lease in place as well as 6710 Westfield’s status as a premier location… Read more »

Fast-growing alcoholic ice pop maker tripling South Jersey footprint

A year after becoming fully operational, TopPop Packaging has outgrown its 30,000-square-foot contract manufacturing facility in Marlton, New Jersey, and is expanding into 62,250 square feet in Pennsauken.  The company makes packaging for frozen alcoholic pops and cocktails for seven beverage companies such as Anheuser-Busch. Frozen, slushy alcoholic drinks is a growing segment of the beverage market…. Read more »

Pennsauken Industrial Space for Lease on Westfield Avenue

7100 Westfield Ave Pennsauken NJ

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Pennsauken commercial real estate broker with expertise in Pennsauken commercial real estate listings and services, now has available highly visible Pennsauken industrial space for lease at 7100 Westfield Avenue Pennsauken NJ. The asking lease price for this industrial space in Pennsauken is $6.00 sf NNN and this Pennsauken building… Read more »

Scrub Daddy Cleaning Supplies, of Shark Tank Fame, is Moving HQ to South Jersey from Delaware County

Scrub Daddy Inc., the maker of smiley-faced scouring pads featured on ABC’s Shark Tank reality show, is moving into a recently acquired South Jersey office-and-warehouse building from its current home in Delaware County. The cleaning-products company paid $10.7 million in February for the 116,000-square-foot property at 1700 Suckle Highway in Pennsauken that is soon to be the company’s new… Read more »

Maxon Auto Subleases Industrial Facility in Pennsauken

Growing Performance Auto Parts Firm to Take 140,000-Square-Foot Building From Misfits Market Maxon Auto Corp. has subleased an industrial building at 500 Griffith Morgan Road in Pennsauken, New Jersey. The subtenant, a growing performance auto parts firm, is going to occupy the entire 140,800-square-foot industrial property in the second quarter of 2021. The facility includes a 24-foot… Read more »

E-commerce Company Leases Another 100,000 Square Feet in South Jersey

An e-commerce fulfillment company scooped up more space in a recently renovated Pennsauken industrial building, just three months after it leased an initial 120,000 square feet in the same South Jersey facility.  Utopia Fulfillment, which has warehouses in Texas, California and Bensalem, is taking an additional 103,275 square feet in the Pennsauken Logistics Center, giving… Read more »

Pet-food Properties Will Now be Used for Kosher Wine and Furniture

PENNSAUKEN – New owners will bring dramatic changes to two buildings recently vacated by a pet-food maker here. The industrial buildings, formerly occupied by Simmons Pet Food, will be used to store kosher wine and to make and distribute furniture. The two deals had a combined value of $18 million. A division of Kayco, a Bayonne-based… Read more »

Large New Jersey Industrial Portfolio Trades Hands

Wharton Industrial and Walton Street Capital have acquired a 32-building, 1.2 million-square-foot industrial portfolio in New Jersey from the Bloom Organization. Wharton Industrial, based in Philadelphia, and an investment fund associated with Walton Street, headquartered in Chicago, formed a joint venture that purchased two industrial parks in Pennsauken, a suburb of Philadelphia. Twinbridge Industrial Park… Read more »