Morgan/Harbour Construction was selected by Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP) to oversee the site remediation and demolition at two retired generating stations in central and northern New Jersey to make way for construction of two Class A industrial parks planned to support approximately 2mm SF of functional warehouse space. HRP purchased two retired Generating Stations, acquiring 216 acres in Jersey City & Secaucus and 132 acres in Hamilton Township, from the Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) to redevelop the site into a state-of-the-art industrial park to serve the growing need for regional warehouse distribution hubs. Heavy environmental remediation will be performed at both locations.
Both the Hudson Station and Mercer Station redevelopments will support approximately 1mm SF of functional warehouse space. Five state of the art industrial warehouse facilities in close proximity to the Port of New York and New Jersey, a strong labor pool, and dense population are proposed. The facilities will be designed to accommodate e-commerce, warehouse and distribution, third party logistics, light manufacturing, and other uses that will benefit from supply chain and logistics advantages of the locations.
“We are excited to be selected by Hilco to play a role in the economic growth in central and northern New Jersey,” said Ben Warriner, Executive Vice President and Partner of Morgan/Harbour. “This is a dynamic project and builds on our commitment to provide exceptional construction services on a national level.”