CRG, the real estate development and investment arm of Chicago-based Clayco, today announced the sale of two speculative industrial facilities in East Greenwich, New Jersey, for $107.74 million. The firm sold The Cubes at Huff Lane, a 283,040 square-foot building, and The Cubes at Harmony Road, a 252,750 square-foot building, both located in the East Greenwich Logistics Center.View
Author: Athena Bond
The Watson vision continues to unfold in Chino, California: This past month, we achieved a major milestone with one of our flagship industrial parks when the City Council officially voted to accept public improvements for Watson Industrial Park Chino Phases 2, 3, and 4.View
Clayco’s real estate development and investment arm, CRG has sold two new industrial facilities in East Greenwich, NJ to California-based, Watson Land Co. for $107.7 million.
The two fully-leased warehouses comprise The Cubes at Huff Lane and The Cubes at Harmony Road. The assets total a combined 535,790 square feet and are situated in the East Greenwich Logistics Center.View
Recently we partnered with Valley Youth House in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, to support their mission of ministering to underprivileged youth. Valley Youth House seeks to be “the catalyst for youth to achieve their desired future through genuine relationships that support families, ensure safe places, and build community connections.”View
The first joint venture between Jaindl Land Company and Watson Land Company, JW Industrial Park Route 329 (JW329) will be one of the largest distribution hubs in the northeast. Developed by two heritage companies that prioritize stewardship of the land, JW329 expresses a highly contextual approach to industrial architecture that is sensitive to the rural community while stimulating economic growth in the region.View
Los Angeles, California – Watson Land Company (Watson), a leader of masterplanned industrial real estate across the nation, announced the promotion of Michael Bodlovich. Bodlovich, an eighteen-year Watson team member and most recently Director, Marketing & Leasing at the company was promoted to Vice President, Marketing & Leasing.View
Los Angeles, California – Watson Land Company (Watson), a pioneer of innovative masterplanned centers developed throughout the country, announced the promotion of Jeanine Cornell to Vice President and Controller for the company. During Cornell’s years with Watson, she has been an essential part of financial operations.View
Through the Books in Homes USA program and Watson Land Company’s sponsorship this year, Catskill and Dominguez schools received 3,724 brand-new books. Elementary school-age children get to choose among hundreds of titles to own as part of their own personal library—at no cost to them. Watson Land Company team members love to engage children at Books in Homes USA events as they flip through the book’s crisp pages and delight in their colorful pictures. Their smiles warm our hearts—a gentle reminder that any small act can have a significant impact. We are so blessed to have the opportunity to not only financially support Books in Homes USA’s very worthwhile program and to shake hands with the quiet heroes behind this life-changing organization.View
In times of change, we believe at Watson that we must rise to the occasion with resourcefulness and empathy—and this year, that meant volunteering virtually. Since 2005, employees of Watson Land Company united with Operation Teddy Bear for their annual event at Dominguez Elementary School. A literacy program that gives back to school children, Operation Teddy Bear donates backpacks packed with school supplies and a teddy bear to a huge list of disadvantaged first graders who attend schools throughout Los Angeles County.View
This month, Watson Land Company is celebrating its continued support as a Platinum sponsor for the Presidential Scholars Program at California State University, Dominguez Hills. A prominent scholarship known throughout the area, this program acknowledges local high school and community college students for their exceptional academic accomplishments and community involvement. It gives us great pride to support students from our community to have access to amazing opportunities in furthering their education and fulfilling their potential.View
Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania – Watson Land Company (Watson), a developer of masterplanned industrial real estate parks in Southern California and Lehigh Valley, PA, recently announced the hiring of Eric Scheler as the Vice President of Construction for the corporation. In this role, Scheler will oversee all construction responsibilities throughout Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania.View
Watson Land Company is thrilled to extend a warm welcome to three new customers in our community: Floor & Décor, Logistics Plus, and CTSI Logistics, Inc. These companies join the growing WLC network and will strengthen Watson Land Company as well as continue to build and support the communities in the areas where we live and work. At Watson Land Company, we are committed to building community, generous planned giving, and volunteerism, as it is sewn into the seams of all we do, and we are honored to have Floor & Décor, Logistics Plus, and CTSI Logistics, Inc. join us in these endeavors.View
Giving back to communities in need. Feeding those less fortunate who are hungry. Supporting nonprofits that make a difference in our neighborhoods. The future is bright when our customers, in alignment with Watson Land Company’s legacy of giving, also believe in contributing to our dynamic communities.
That’s why we are thrilled to highlight customers like Behr Paint Company. With the unique contributions of partners like Behr, our vision is exemplified in the local communities where we live and work.
Stories of WLC customers stepping-up set a clear example of companies throughout the area using their resources to donate to those in need. And one of the largest areas of need is providing essential personal protective equipment (PPE) to healthcare workers on the frontlines of the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s the number one issue for healthcare organizations at this time as hospitals worry that they will continue to face a shortage of masks, gloves, and gowns that doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers need to protect themselves from infection from the highly contagious virus.View