3 warehouses planned for former South Jersey business center property

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Nearly 48 acres of land, located at what was formerly known as the Salem Business Center, will be the future home to three warehouse buildings, according to a release last week put out by the Carneys Point property’s new owners, D2 Collins LLC of Philadelphia. The seller, the Delaware River and Bay Authority, closed the $15.63 million deal on Dec. 22 for what is now known as Salem Commerce Park. Planned for the land are three warehouse buildings that will total 586,000 square feet and include car and trailer parking, according to the Philadelphia-based development firm. Since 2019, D2 Collins,…

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