Terming his project "a model for smart growth and intelligentplanning," Kantor explained to attendees last week that his companywill target consumer products giants and third-party logisticsproviders for a development that will focus on high bay, bulkdistribution space. Cushman & Wakefield has been hired asexclusive leasing agent for the property.

"This master-planned business park was conceived to addresscompanies' need to distribute along the most densely populatedcorridor in the US and their desire to take advantage of the newtechnologies that are reshaping the way storage and distribution ofgoods are being handled," according to Kantor.

Central Crossings is being built on 170 acres at Exit 7 on theNew Jersey Turnpike in this Burlington County community, about 30minutes from Philadelphia and 75 minutes from New York City. TheNew Jersey Department of Transportation is already working onbuilding a connecting road linking the site directly with theexit.

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