The 2014 Event

In 2014, CenterPoint invited a select group of industrial real estate brokers to a three-day event in New York City, where attendees took in the US Open (and a special meet-and-greet with John McEnroe), played golf at the Bayonne Golf Club and received private guided tours of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

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Event Details

Guest Attendees
Trent Agnew HFF
Sam Badger Cushman & Wakefield
Joe Bronson NAI Hiffman
Barry Cohorsky NAI James Hanson
Bill Condon Colliers
Rick Daly Darwin Realty
Tom Davis Lee & Associates
Jason Dillee Holt Lunsford
Paul Earnhart Lee & Associates
Jim Estus Colliers
Whit Heitman Cushman Wakefield
Andrew Houston Cassidy Turley
Dan Leahy NAI Hiffman
David Lind CBRE
Jim Martin Lee & Associates
Josh McArtor CBRE
Frank Minik Jupiter Realty Company
Jim Planey Lee & Associates
Chris Porter Cushman & Wakefield
Adam Roth NAI Hiffman
Roger Siegel Jones Lang LaSalle
Rusty Tamlyn HFF
Best of the Best Awards

Largest Development – Neovia Logistics, Joliet, IL

Dan Leahy & Adam Roth of NAI Hiffman, Chicago

$23.3 Million, 405,600 SF; cross-loaded distribution facility features approximately 11,000 SF of office space, a 32’ clear height, 106 dock doors and 300 trailer stalls. The 300’ building depth reduces dock-to-dock travel time, providing a throughput advantage for transload clients. Neovia will import/export approximately 30,000 containers per year.

Largest Acquisition – 4000 Cedar Crossing, Baytown, TX

Josh McArtor & Billy Gold of CBRE, Dallas

$45.5 Million, 1.2 Million SF; four buildings at a dual rail-served campus, capable of processing and packaging plastic resin and fully occupied by Exel Logistics. There are 56 miles of rail with storage capacity of 1,750 rail cars and a barge dock for commercial/industrial use for improved efficiency of transporting goods and containers from the Port of Houston. Both Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroads provide rail service to the park.

Largest Lease – Graphic Packaging International, Elk Grove Village, IL

Chris Porter of Cushman & Wakefield, Chicago

$4.5 Million, 184,902 SF; 24’ clear front-loaded building with 17 exterior docks and office space.