The nation's top-performing industrial brokers had a phenomenal time with us in New York City:
- A private tour of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
- The US Open
- Hanging out with John McEnroe
- Amazing golf at the Bayonne Golf Club
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.
|Sam Badger||Cushman & Wakefield|
|Joe Bronson||NAI Hiffman|
|Barry Cohorsky||NAI James Hanson|
|Rick Daly||Darwin Realty|
|Tom Davis||Lee & Associates|
|Jason Dillee||Holt Lunsford|
|Paul Earnhart||Lee & Associates|
|Whit Heitman||Cushman Wakefield|
|Andrew Houston||Cassidy Turley|
|Dan Leahy||NAI Hiffman|
|Jim Martin||Lee & Associates|
|Frank Minik||Jupiter Realty Company|
|Jim Planey||Lee & Associates|
|Chris Porter||Cushman & Wakefield|
|Adam Roth||NAI Hiffman|
|Roger Siegel||Jones Lang LaSalle|
$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.
$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.
$4.5 Million, 184,902 SF; 24’ clear front-loaded building with 17 exterior docks and office space.