“We would like to congratulate Christian Walsifer on receiving his SIOR designation. He has been an integral member of the company’s team for fifteen years,” stated Jason M. Crimmins, CCIM, SIOR, President of The Blau & Berg Company and President of SIOR’s New Jersey Chapter. “His success rate and professionalism are such an important component of our ongoing growth.”

“We would like to congratulate David on receiving his SIOR designation. David Thomas has been a member of the company’s team for 15 years,” stated Jason M. Crimmins, CCIM, SIOR, President of The Blau & Berg Company and President of SIOR’s New Jersey Chapter. “His tenacity and work ethic have remained a constant and his ability to guage the market has proven vital to the success of his clients and The Blau & Berg Company.”

“Due to the property’s excellent highway location, we were fortunate to have a wide range of worthwhile developments to choose from,” says John Longo, Director of The Blau & Berg Company. “With extensive input and assistance from the leaders of Eatontown, we finalized a deal for a 120,000 square foot self-storage development that is expected to be completed by year end of 2021.”

“Our client, a multi-state operator in the medical supply and pharmaceutical industry, leveraged our services in an effort to obtain a more cost effective warehousing solution within reasonable reach to their New Jersey headquarters,” states Michael F. Schipper, SIOR, Senior Executive Director for The Blau & Berg Company. “The location is within ten miles of intersate 80 and provides for direct connection to their clientele nationwide.”

“Our team was proud to represent the landlord on this transaction who has been a long time client of The Blau & Berg Company,” states Alessandro Conte, SIOR, CCIM, Executive Vice President of The Blau & Berg Company. “The property, a former USPS vehicle maintenance facility on 5.16 AC was an ideal fit for Newark Airport’s United Airlines. Maintenance facilities remain scarce in the market, especially those with ample parking such as this. E-commerce has been driving developers and investors to build big box warehouses and distribution centers however the need for maintenance and parking is in higher demand.”

“In these unique and special times, the addition of an urgent care facility to this Morris Turnpike space is very timely,” says Tamara Blau, Director of The Blau & Berg Company. “Health care centers save time, money and lives by treating before it becomes something that requires hospital care or an emergency room trip.”

“It was a pleasure working with the purchasers to accomplish the acquisition of 4301 Boston Post Road,” says Laura L. Crimmins of The Blau & Berg Company. “This transaction underscores the amount of demand for urban infill ‘last-mile’ investments,” adds Jason M. Crimmins of The Blau & Berg Company. “The value in properties, with close proximity to the demographics, port and coastal markets will continue to outpace the rest of the market.”

“Working with the partners of Harry Mac was a pleasure,” says Michael F. Schipper, SIOR. “In an environment where recreational tenants are presented with various barriers as it relates to Landlord perception, this group was more than professional in their approach, while we assisted in best positioning their use over other candidates for the space. Their plan was well thought out and perfectly executed with a healthy budget for custom fit-out in space. We wish them the best in their new space and thank the principals of Orange Commons SG LLC for their willingness to work with our client.”

In Memoriam – Christine Boyle

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“Our deepest sympathies go out to The Boyle family and hope that they find peace during this difficult time,” says Jason M. Crimmins, SIOR, CCIM, President of The Blau & Berg Company. “We hope that they can remember the wonderful memories Christine left behind like her drive to succeed in her career, as well as her love of the NY Giants and Broadway shows. May she rest in peace.”

“The Meadowlands region continues to be a sought after location for businesses operating in the metro NY/NJ region and 102 West Commercial with near immediate proximity to Routes 3, 17, 46, 80 and the New Jersey Turnpike, as well as a short drive to Manhattan presents the ideal setting,” said Michael F. Schipper, SIOR, Senior Executive Director of The Blau & Berg Company. “The property, which had operated as a light manufacturing facility for nearly two decades, includes heavy-duty three phase power, which is assisted via roof-mounted solar, two tailboard loading docks, and ample parking needed for factory workers. We anticipate the new occupant will adjust well to their new surroundings and we are happy to have been able to provide a solution to their needs.”