A luxury auto dealership has leased a nearly 155,000-square-foot industrial
building in Secaucus, where it will store and prepare new vehicles before
placing them on lots around the region.
Brokerage firm Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates, which represented Manhattan
Range Rover, announced Wednesday that its client had inked the long-term
lease at 77 Metro Way. The dealership’s new space is just minutes from
Manhattan, occupying Hartz Mountain Industries’ Harmon Cove Industrial Park
just off Route 3 and New Jersey Turnpike Exit 15X.
Bob Klein and Jeff Unger of KDA represented the tenant in the transaction,
while Jeff Chaus of Chaus Realty represented Hartz Mountain.
“Manhattan Range Rover is expanding and in need of larger facilities,
” Klein said in a prepared statement. “Previously, their storage and prep
facilities were scattered throughout smaller lots and this new facility will
allow them to house all storage and new vehicle prep operations under
one roof for logistical efficiency.”
The building features 27-foot-high ceilings, large column spacing, 13 exterior
doors and a drive-in bay, according to the announcement from Kalmon Dolgin
and Neil Dolgin, co-presidents of Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates. The parcel also
includes ample parking for employee vehicles and up to 30 tractor trailers.