Master Plan for LogistiCenter Logan Updated
Dermody Properties recently revised the master plan for LogistiCenter Logan, a 1,100-acre, master-planned industrial park in Logan Township, New Jersey.
The remaining 12 parcels in LogistiCenter Logan have been redesigned to meet a wide range of industrial requirements. All facilities are now planned with the capability to provide ample car and trailer parking, more efficient lighting, greater clear height and other features to give tenants greater flexibility in their operations. The 12 sites offer a variety of sizes and configurations. Two of the sites can accommodate rail service.
“Anticipating demand, we want to ensure we provide the best possible facilities for our customers,” said Gene Preston, partner, Dermody Properties East Region Office. “The updates we made to the LogistiCenter Logan master plan ensure every future facility in the park will be state-of-the-art.”
Dermody Properties worked with architectural firm Ware Malcomb to update the park’s master plan to meet the changing needs of warehousing, distribution and e-commerce operations:
“The newly updated LogistiCenter Logan master plan was an exciting collaboration where we contributed our expertise in industrial distribution and e-commerce facilities design,” said Ware Malcomb Regional Director, Michael Bennett. “The flexibility of the plan reflects Dermody Properties’ leadership in the region’s industrial market.”
LogistiCenter Logan is a 1,100-acre industrial park with 12 lots available ranging from 17,000 to 1,000,755 square feet. It is located halfway between New York City and Washington, D.C., in the heart of the Northeast Transportation Corridor. Upon build out, the park will accommodate over 7.4 million square feet of industrial, distribution and light manufacturing facilities. Currently, LogistiCenter Logan is comprised of 12 existing buildings occupied by a diverse group of tenants, including Performance Food Group, Mission Produce, Albert’s Organics, Kimberly Clark Corporation, Sears and hh gregg.
“We were pleased to work with Ware Malcomb on this project,” said Douglas A. Kiersey, Jr., president of Dermody Properties. “The new master plan for LogistiCenter Logan aligns with our commitment to customer service and developing the highest quality industrial facilities.”