The two flex buildings total about 140,000 sf, with 110,000 sfof that currently available. The larger of the two is the101,000-sf 21 Commerce Dr., a single-story building constructed in1985. The current availability is just more than 70,000 sf,divisible to 25,920 and 44,493 sf. The building has 24-foot clearceilings.


The second building, the 40,000-sf 49 Stouts Ln., is currentlyunder construction and available in its entirely. It will have18-foot clear ceilings, is divisible to 6,000 sf and is approvedfor manufacturing, assembly, distribution, research, office andother commercial purposes.


"The South Brunswick industrial market is always sought after bymanufacturing, distribution and high-tech companies because of itslocation," says Markey. "As this market continues to dominate theindustrial sector in New Jersey, we will continue to bring tenantsto the area."

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