The Edison, NJ-based Adler Development was represented in-houseby partner Joshua Adler, and the tenant was represented byexecutive director Jason Goldman of Cushman & Wakefield. Termsof the long-term deal, which includes 3,500 sf of office space,were not released.

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"E-Lite wanted to establish a presence on the East Coast toserve its customers better," Goldman says. "Proximity to the NewJersey Turnpike and to a port were a priority for them." Thebuilding is situated on 15 acres near Exit 8A of the Turnpike.

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"Tenants value the 8A submarket's proximity to Port Elizabeth,and its access to the Boston/Washington corridor," Adler says. "Therecent improvements to the interchange have eased traffic flow hereas well. Even in this economy, there is sustained demand forproduct here."

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E-Lite will share the now fully leased building with specialtypet retailer Petco, which signed on fornearly 143,000 sf earlier this year, after the building underwentupgrades to its lighting and power sources. E-Lite is moving intothe 80,000-sf block of space formerly occupied by generalmerchandiser Lot Stores.

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The building at 1250 S. River Rd. was completed on a spec basisin 2001, and printing equipment maker Heidelberg USA was theinitialtenant in the space now occupied by Petco.

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