The tenant was represented by Frank Truesdell, SVP in theMorristown, NJ office of Binswanger; ProLogis was represented byFrank Caccavo and Jason Goldman of Cushman & Wakefield. Termswere not released.


"The combination of a highly accessible location in ahigh-quality new construction building in tandem with ownership'saggressive and professional pursuit of this tenant made 50Middlesex Ave. a logical choice for Tory Burch," says Truesdell ina statement.


With the lease, the 360,000-sf 50 Middlesex Ave. is now fullyoccupied. Originally approved for construction in late 2004 byprevious owner Catellus, the building is part of the 3.2-million-sfPort Reading Business Park, all of which became part of ProLogis'portfolio when it acquired Catellus a few years ago.

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