The building was constructed in 1980 with additions to 2004 as a food products production facility with storage and distribution capabilities. The building is located in a well established Industrial Park Area in the heart of the Lehigh Valley.
The building was constructed in 1988 as a Warehouse and Distribution Center and remodeled in 2008 and converted to state-of-the-art light assembly, manufacturing and support office building The building is located in an established Industrial Park Area just minutes from Interstate 495.

The building can be expanded by 50,000 square feet
The building was constructed in 1970, 1978 & 1985 as a distribution light assembly facility with office space. The building enjoys excellent highway access and is adjacent to a regional mall.
437 Turnpike Street is a multi-tenanted office, production and light manufacturing facility, located just a mile south of Interestate 95
Located in the northern suburbs of Dallas, 2051 Mckenzie, is a high bay, rail served, cross dock warehouse building close to all major routes for easy access to all points in South Central United States.
The Main Building was constructed in 1990 as a Distribution and Warehouse Shipping Facility. Situated just eight miles from downtown Charlotte at the interesection of Interstate 77 and Interstate 85, 501 Black Satchel Road is located in the premier industrial park area of Charlotte, NC.
First constructed in 1960 as a 40,000 square foot light manufacturing facility, 600 North Bedford Street has undergone a number of expansions and is now a 300,000 square foot industrial facility well suited for manufacturing, assembly and distribution uses. The building can be expanded by upwards of 150,000 square feet.
Equity Industrial Partners designed and constructed One Compasss Way in 2007 as a Build to Suit Medial Office Building for one of the top healthcare providers in Boston's South Shore Area. This facility serves as the Home Office and Main treatment center. One Compass Way is part of a master planned office R&D park which can accommodate an additional 600,000 square feet.
Located north of Philadelphia in Bucks County which is populated primarily by smaller, antiquated industrial buildings, this high bay, rail served, cross dock facility offers one of the few big box distribution options in this submarket.
The building was constructed in 1963 with additions to 1990 as a production and distribution facility for Lipton Tea and Soup Products. The facility is well located being equidistant to Newark, NJ and Lehigh Valley, PA.
Located in Blackburn Industrial Park, one of the premier industrial park locations on Boston's north shore, 11 Dory Road is a well designed and highly functional manufacturing/distribution facility.
The Property is located off Interstate 95 on the Massachusetts/New Hampshire state line is currently leased and occupied by a National Clothing Manufacturer as a Warehouse and Distribution Center.
Originally constructed in the 1960's, 7900 Rockville was originally operated by RCA as a manufacturing facility for radios and stereo systems. The building is now multitenanted with distribution and manufacturing/assembly uses.
2695 Plainfield is a rail served, high bay, cross dock distribution facility originally designed and constructed and currently occupied by Toys R Us. Located at the crossroads of Interstate 80 and Interstate 55 just outside of Chicago, the facility ideally situated to access all points within Central United States.
The Building was constructed in 2003 as a Cross Dock/Transit facility for a major home improvement retailer. The property has a fenced perimeter, a Guard House controlled entry, and is located directly off Interstate 5 just east of the San Fransico Bay area.
The Building was designed and constructed in 2003 as a Distribution and Warehouse Facility for a Home Improvement Retailer as an Import Distribution Center. The property has a fenced perimeter, a Guard House controlled entry, and is located directly off Interstate 5 just east of the San Fransico Bay area. The building can be expanded by 176,000 Square Feet.
The building was constructed in 1953 to 1967 with 1990 & 1995 additions as a Wholesale Grocer Distribution Facility with refrigerated areas. The Property has perimeter fencing and two guard shacks
The Building was constructed in 2003 as a Cross Dock/Transit facility for a major home improvement retailer. The property has a fenced perimeter, a Guard House controlled entry, and is located directly off Interstate 75 in between Detroit and Toledo, Ohio.
145 Rosemary Street, multitenant office building, is located less than 3/4 of a mile from the Highland Avenue/Route 128 interchange in the heart of downtown Needham. Walking distance to the MBTA commuter rail station with service to downtown Boston.
Located in the most established Oklahoma City industrial submarket, just minutes from the airport, this modern distribution center offers one of the best warehouse options in the entire Oklahoma City industrial market.
A modern, high bay, rail served distribution facility. 10701 Central Port Drive is located in Central Florida's most sought after industrial parks. It's close proximity to all major highways makes this facility ideally suited to satisfy any logistical need in the south east.
A high bay, rail served distribution facility, Rocket Court is located in Central Florida's most sought after industrial area. It's close proximity to all major highways makes this facility ideally suited to satisfy any logistical need in the south east.
Constructed in 1985 as a Distribution, Warehouse and Assembly Facility, 13500 Roosevelt Boulevard is located in an established Office/ Industrial Park Area in northeast Philadelpia that is home to a number of multinational corporations.
15 Pacella Park Drive was built as a multi-tenant office building and was later acquired by Dunkin Donuts and served as their corporate headquarters in the in the 1980's and 1990's. Building has been recently remodeled as a multi-tenant Class A office building. The property is located in an established well known Business Park off Interstate 93.
Located three miles outside of downtown Rochester, NH just off the Spaulding Turnpike, 7 Amarosa. Drive is a manufacturing/distribution facility in the heart of New England offering easy access to Massachusetts and Maine.
The building was constructed in 2000 as a distribution and warehouse facility for stainless steel and silver plated flatware manufacturer, Oneida Limited. The facility now serves as a regional distribution center to gasoline engine maker, Briggs & Stratton.
Completely renovated in 2010, One Harvest Lane is located in an established research and industrial park area and home to major corporations including Genzyme and Bose. This location boasts unparalleled access to major Routes (I-90, I-95 and I-495) and all points in New England.
The Building was designed and constructed in 2003 as a Distribution and Warehouse Facility for a Home Improvement Retailer as an Import Distribution Center. Located at the intersection of I-81 and I-66, the property is in an attractive industrial park setting with a fenced perimeter and guard house controlled entry.
The buildings were constructed from 1952 by Caterpillar Manufacturing. The entire project underwent a major renovation in 2003. York Business Center is located on Route 30 affording excellent access to locations east and west and just minutes from Interstate 83 for destinations to the north and south.
1506 Geoffrey Trail is a rail served, high bay distribution facility originally designed and constructed and currently occupied by Toys R Us. Located at the crossroads of Interstate 80 and Interstate 76, the facility ideally situated to access all points within Northeastern United States.

Case Studies

EIP’s entrepreneurial, hands-on, relationship-driven approach has resulted in the acquisition and lease up of in excess of 60 million square feet of predominantly industrial property in New England and throughout the U.S.  Much of EIP’s success is a direct result of building strong relationships with corporations, initiated through direct sale or sale/leaseback arrangements. By adapting the acquisition criteria to meet the specific financial objectives of each prospective corporate seller, EIP has achieved significant success.  The following examples illustrate the effectiveness of EIP’s custom approach to corporately-owned real estate acquisitions.

Toys R Us:  EIP purchased a 16-building portfolio in excess of 8 million square feet in 10 states.  EIP structured a purchase that included a combination of short-term and long-term leases that addressed the company’s objective to consolidate its distribution operations over a ten-year period, down to two buildings in this particular region of the U.S.  EIP has successfully re-tenanted the buildings vacated by Toys R Us.

Home Depot: EIP acquired a 1.44 million square foot regional distribution center in Corsicana, Texas.  Home Depot and EIP enjoy past and present landlord tenant relationships in multiple markets throughout the U.S. including distribution centers and rapid deployment centers in Bloomfield, CT (449,000 square feet), Westfield, MA (382,000 square feet), Norwood, MA (218,000 square feet), Henderson, CO (140,000 square feet), Winchester, VA (756,000 square feet), Monroe, MI (129,000 square feet), Lathrop, CA (850,000 square feet), and Charlotte, NC (229,000 square feet).

Lego Systems, Inc.:  EIP acquired Lego’s nearly 1.17 million square foot U.S. corporate headquarters in Enfield, CT.  Lego made the decision to move its North American manufacturing and distribution operations to Mexico while keeping its corporate offices and research and development divisions in Connecticut. EIP and Lego structured a combination of short and long-term leases that addressed the objectives of the buyer and seller to facilitate the completion of the transaction.

Penn Traffic: EIP purchased a five-building portfolio in New York and Pennsylvania, from Penn Traffic and structured a long-term leaseback with this leading food retailer in the Eastern United States at a time when it was going through a reorganizational bankruptcy. The capital raised from this real estate transaction helped Penn Traffic successfully emerge from bankruptcy.  Penn Traffic currently owns and operates 108 supermarkets in Pennsylvania, upstate New York, Vermont and New Hampshire under the BiLo, P&C and Quality trade names.  

Tyco:  EIP has acquired two buildings from Tyco involving sale/lease backs:  the 625,000 square foot Tyco/Simplex headquarters in Westminster, MA and a 245,000 square foot Tyco Flow Control facility in Houston, TX.  

VeryFine Beverages/Kraft Foods: EIP purchased Very Fine’s 216,000 square foot. distribution facility in Ayer, Massachusetts.  Subsequent to the sale lease back transaction Veryfine was acquired by Kraft Foods.  Kraft quickly started outgrowing the Ayer facility.  EIP was able to accommodate Kraft’s expansion needs by relocating Kraft to a brand new state-of-the-art 370,000 square foot distribution center in nearby Devens, Massachusetts.

Equity Industrial Partner’s successes are not limited to sale/leaseback transactions.  EIP has also enjoyed unparalleled success in leasing vacant space to third party tenants:

L3 Communications:  L3 required approximately 200,000 square feet, consolidating their antenna/radome division and communications/tactical command vehicle division into one Eastern Massachusetts facility.  L3 needed not only a suitable building shell and the right geographic location but also a landlord that could effect and facilitate the build out of specific, detailed infrastructure improvements critical to the successful operation of both L3 divisions. EIP’s ability to satisfy the unique requirements of L3 resulted in a long-term lease agreement for a 200,000 square foot facility in Ayer, MA.

Jabil Circuit: As part of Raytheon’s corporate consolidation and reorganization, EIP acquired Raytheon’s 650,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Billerica, MA, a fully vacant facility.  EIP made a significant investment in the Billerica facility in the late 1990’s to reposition the property to attract users in Boston’s burgeoning high technology sector.  The result was a ten-year, 600,000 square foot lease with Tampa, Florida based Jabil Circuit.  Additionally, EIP constructed a 126,000 square foot build-to-suit manufacturing/distribution facility on the site that is currently under a long-term lease to Merrill Communications.