PISCATAWAY, NJ—Lincoln Equities Group hasreceived preliminary site plan approval from the PiscatawayPlanning Board to develop 2.4 million square feet of industrialspace on 265 acres. The build-to-suit industrial subdivision,known as the Lincoln Industrial Park, is locatedon a former Dow Chemical brownfield site at171 River Road. The master plan for theredevelopment project includes the construction of up to eightbuildings, as well as new roads, infrastructure andlandscaping.

“We wanted the ability to tailor each new building based onindividual user requirements, and the Planning Board's PreliminarySite Plan approval grants us the flexibility to do this,” saysRobert Schenkel, senior director of developmentfor LEG. “This modern, state-of-the-artcustomized development is ideal for 'high cube' distributioncompanies that require multimodal transportation access.”

Intended for distribution and warehousing companies that need tostore high volume product, the site is situated one mile fromInterstate 287 (with direct access off both Exits 8 and 9), closeto Port Newark/Elizabeth, and is serviceable by “F Plate” railcars. As part of the project, BaekelandAvenue, which provides access from the site to Exit 8,will be completely reconstructed.

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