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EDISON, NJ-Cushman & Wakefield’s industrial team racked up 1.3 million square feet of leases in nine deals during the second quarter, proving that deals can still get done if landlords are aggressive.

“Industrial leasing is alive and well in 2009,” says Jason Goldman, a Cushman & Wakefield executive director, based here. “New Jersey is and always will be a highly desirable location for industrial users. Within this context, owners that can distinguish their properties will attract companies, even in tough times. The key to securing leases in today’s tenant market is a willingness on the part of landlords to be competitive and creative.”

Goldman and team members Frank Caccavo, Andrew Siemsen and Glenn Talavera served as landlord representatives in the following transactions:

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