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Construction begins on New Brunswick addition.

Wick Companies, L.L.C. announced that an 84,825 SF warehouse is under construction at 20 Van Dyke Ave. in the company's Bruns Wick Industrial Center in New Brunswick, N.J. The steel has already been erected, and the new warehouse is expected to be ready by Apr. 1, 2001.

"Demand for warehousing space at this strategic location keeps growing," stated Robert G. Paulus, president of Wick Companies, the property's exclusive leasing and management agent. "We have recently gone under contract for more than 120,000 SF in two buildings in the Center and feel that this new building can be easily filled when it opens next spring."

The new warehouse features a 30-foot clear ceiling, 16 loading docks with 48-by-48 foot bays, a six-inch thick reinforced 4,000 psi, laser-leveled concrete floor, an ESFR sprinkler system, gas heat, and 1,200 amp electrical service. Fiber optic communications is available at the Center.

Wick also received approvals for 17,838 SF flex space, which can be used for office and warehouse or short-term purposes. The company also plans to construct a 248,000 SF warehouse/distribution facility, adjacent to Bruns Wick Industrial Center, which will be ready for occupancy in October 2001.

Bruns Wick Insutrial Center is located between Jersey Avenue and Somerset Street (Route 27) in New Brunswick.
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