NAI James E. Hanson and Berardi Development Co. were joined by Sparta Mayor Christine Quinn and Sussex County Chamber of Commerce President Tammie Horsfield on May 17 to celebrate the groundbreaking for a 27,000-square-foot industrial building at 6 Aaron Way in the White Lake Commerce Park in Sparta.
NAI Hanson’s John Schilp has been retained by Berardi Development Co. as the exclusive listing agent for the new building.
Occupying 31.54 acres along the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway freight line just off of Route 15, White Lake Commerce Park is made up of 12 subdivided fully improved lots in the heart of Sussex County. Situated only 12 miles from Interstate 80 and less than 1 mile from Route 15, the property’s accessibility makes it ideally suited for a wide range of industrial uses.
Projected to be completed later this year, 6 Aaron Way’s modern design features 20-foot clear ceilings, a second-floor mezzanine and an adaptable layout that will offer a rare opportunity for companies to tap into all that the White Lake Commerce Park and Sussex County have to offer.
“We continue to see the Sussex County market showcase tremendous demand as industrial users search for spaces that can successfully blend accessibility, affordability and adaptability,” said Schilp. “This latest groundbreaking at the White Lake White Lake Commerce Park not only highlights the fantastic growth trajectory of this market but the future economic contributions of the tenants who will one day occupy this state-of-the-art space.”
Schilp was retained in 2019 to facilitate the sale of the 12 lots making up the White Lake Commerce Park. With the sale of the last lot closing last year, Schilp has now brought several developers to the White Lake Commerce Center to construct owner-occupied and spec industrial buildings ranging in size from 10,000 – 40,000 square feet. In addition, Schilp’s work has attracted several high-quality tenants to the completed buildings already open at the property.