Social Media

Hamilton’s FREE E-mail Newsletters

Don’t miss important notices, reminders and information

Hamilton's Free E-mail Newsletter service is a great resource for residents

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP!
10/23/2015 - Hamilton Receives Application for 2nd Major 340,000 Sq. Ft. Warehouse and Office Project

 

Hamilton Receives Application for 2nd Major 340,000 Sq. Ft. Warehouse and Office Project

Following the recent announcement of a 340,000 square foot warehouse distribution facility planned for a future Fortune 500 tenant in Hamilton, Township officials have announced an application for a second nearly 340,000 square foot warehouse and office space project.

Applicants IPT 7A CD, LLC and Genesis Acres, LLC are proposing a nearly 340,000 square foot warehouse and office space project on a 33 acre property in a research and development zone at the corner of Kuser Road and Klockner Road.  The application is scheduled to be considered by the Hamilton Township Planning Board at its November 12th meeting.  

“When our community receives two significant applications for major projects in a relatively short time span, I think it highlights how attractive and vibrant our local economy continues to be,” explains Mayor Yaede.  “With one recently announced application that would house a major Fortune 500 company’s distribution center and a second application could potentially be built to suit for another prominent company, I think it illustrates that Hamilton is a place that businesses want to call home.”

If approved by the Township’s Planning Board, IPT 7A CD, LLC would look to construct a new facility near Hamilton’s ‘Einstein Alley’ corridor, in close proximity to companies such as Genesis Biotechnology, pharmaceutical company Salvona Technologies’ headquarters and the Selective Insurance office complex.

The application seeks site plan approval for the warehouse and office space along with some variances related to the project’s front yard setbacks, fencing heights, berm requirements, parking and lighting issues.

“We have seen our ratable growth more than double over the past year; and with new applications continuing to be submitted such as this latest project, the future continues to remain bright for our local economy,” says Mayor Yaede.