PISCATAWAY, NJ—Trammell Crow Company and jointventure partner Clarion Partners have signedDawn Food Products to a 130,681 square foot,long-term lease at 30 Knox Drive, one of twoindustrial buildings located within South WashingtonPark, a 532,792 square foot industrial project located inthe heart of the Northern New Jersey Industrial Market. Inaddition, the development team has completed construction on bothbuildings, 10 Knox Drive and 30 KnoxDrive. Dawn Foods plans to relocate tothe building by the end of 2014.

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"South Washington Park has been designedutilizing best-in-class specifications that are vital to moderndistribution users," says Andrew Mele, principalwith Trammell Crow Company's NE Metro BusinessUnit. "We are pleased to be completing this project and welcomeDawn Foods to the building. We —believe ourSouth Washington Park tenants will benefit fromtheir proximity to the Port of New York and New Jersey and New YorkCity, the main generators of economic activity in the New York /New Jersey Metropolitan Statistical Area."

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South Washington Park features 10 KnoxDrive, (305,750 square feet) and 30 Knox Drive (227,042square feet). The building design includes high ceiling heights,efficient loading areas, wide column spacing, and ESFR sprinklersystems. The site also features full building circulation, hightrailer parking ratios, sub-divided parcels, and the ability tosecure each building independently. The project is located lessthan one mile from Exit 6 of I-287 and approximately six miles fromthe Exit 10 Interchange of the New Jersey Turnpike in the PortDistrict.

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