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Called The Sterling and located at 15 Wilkinson Avenue in Jersey City, the iconic commercial building in Greenville is 40 percent leased with recent deals including Jonathan Levine Projects, Green Villain, Pluhowski Custom Furniture & Design, Event Lights, artist Patjim Osmanaj, and Nancy Cohen.
The 19th-century factory has undergone a massive modernization, recasting the space’s industrial past into a cutting-edge present for affordable and versatile workspace. The former textile mill is ideally situated for the local business community as it’s in close proximity to the Holland Tunnel, immediately off Exit 14B of the New Jersey Turnpike, and within walking distance of two Hudson-Bergen Light Rail stations.
80,000 square feet remain and any division would be perfectly suited for creative, manufacturing, or production work.
After a year-long renovation, The Sterling offers brand new build-to-suit space with soaring 13-foot ceilings, new windows, and the original century-old floors restored throughout. Brand new LED lighting was installed and by the numbers, the building offers unparalleled warehouse-like access: 2 exterior docks, 3 interior drive-ins, 3P heavy power, 2 freight elevators with 24/7 access, and ample onsite parking spaces.
The concept and direction of the project was a collaborative effort between Green Property and Grid Real Estate. “We discussed our options and decided to keep the building commercially driven as opposed to turning it residential,” said exclusive broker Gregory D. Edgell in a prepared statement. “The Sterling’s repositioning is another classic story of a post-industrial building reimagining itself within a modern-day context. We are excited to provide a unique space for businesses to start, build or expand their futures within Jersey City.”
Listing: The Sterling, 15 Wilkinson Avenue, Jersey City
Agent/Brokerage: Gregory D. Edgell/Grid Real Estate