Dermody Properties, which develops warehouses across the country, is acquiring two parcels of land in Lumberton and Mt. Laurel, Burlington County, where it will build new distribution facilities under its LogistiCenter℠ brand. The two sites will add about 600,000 square feet of warehouse space in the county.
Big-box stores and warehouses have billions of square feet on their roofs that could be covered with solar panels. Rutgers University professor David Hughes has some ideas for how to do that.
LOGAN TOWNSHIP, NJ—(SBN)—Spec construction is alive and well in the New Jersey industrial space. Dermody Properties and partner Great Point Investors held a “groundbreaking” ceremony…