Hartz Mountain Industries

  • Hartz Mountain Industries Buys Prime Baltimore-Washington Corridor Industrial Asset for $18.7M

    Another industrial property has recently changed hands in the Greater Baltimore area. Last week I wrote about several properties which changed hands in the submarkets located to the north of I-95, where the industrial market is performing very well. Now, it’s the Baltimore-Washington Corridor’s turn to make the headlines.

    Baltimore 14 July 2014 01:41
  • JLL Secures $48M in CTL Financing

    Jones Lang LaSalle’s Capital Markets team has secured $48 million in Credit Tenant Leasing financing from a foreign institutional investor for an industrial and bus maintenance complex in Newark, N.J., owned by Hartz Mountain Industries Inc.

    Northeast 03 August 2012 14:20

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