Bridge was awarded the Industrial Impact Award at United Way of Northern New Jersey’s Legacy Event for Bridge Point 78 in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. The 380-acre industrial park will encompass over 3.4 million square feet once complete.
Bridge was honored with the Industrial Development of the Year award at the Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards for Bridge Point North Phase III (BPN Phase III). BPN Phase III is a four-building, 919,279-square foot, Class A industrial project in Waukegan, Illinois — representing the final phase of the 225-acre, master-planned Bridge Point North campus that Bridge has been developing since 2015.
Bridge was honored with NAIOP Chicago’s 2021 Industrial Speculative Development of the Year award for Bridge Point Itasca. Formerly home to two landmark radio towers, the three-building campus features 741,162 SF of modern industrial space on 48-acres.
In 2021, Bridge Point Itasca was recognized as Industrial Project of the Year – Multi-Tenant by Illinois Real Estate Journal. The project was 66 percent leased within just one year of breaking ground to four noteworthy tenants.
In 2021, Bridge was honored with the New Good Neighbor Award by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association for its transformation of the former Ingersoll Rand manufacturing plant into Bridge Point 78 Phase I – a 2.2 million square foot industrial campus.
Bridge was honored with NAIOP Chicago’s 2020 Industrial Speculative Development of the Year award for Bridge Point Downers Grove Phase I & II. The three-building, 678,858 square foot campus is home to multiple high credit tenants including a publicly traded e-commerce company.
In 2020, Bridge Point 78 Phase I was named NAIOP-NJ’s Industrial Deal of the Year. Bridge redeveloped the former Ingersoll Rand plant into a Class-A industrial campus that will total 3.85 million square feet upon completion. Phase I consists of four warehouses totaling 2.2 million square feet.
Bridge was honored with NAIOP Chicago’s 2019 Industrial Speculative Development of the Year for Bridge Point Franklin Park. Totaling 754,103 square feet across three-buildings, Bridge Point Franklin park is a state-of-the-art industrial campus in the O’Hare/West Cook County submarket in Franklin Park.
The sale of Bridge Point Franklin Park was recognized by Illinois Real Estate Journal as the Most Significant Industrial Transaction of 2019. The transaction of the three-building campus was one of the largest in the Chicago market over recent years.
In 2018, Bridgeport I Logistics Center was named NAIOP-NJ’s Industrial Deal of the Year. The project has been redeveloped into New Jersey’s premier industrial distribution campus containing 1.3 million square feet of modern distribution buildings.
Bridge was honored with NAIOP Chicago’s 2018 Industrial Speculative Development of the Year for Bridge Point 290 Phase I. The fully pre-leased 323,343 square foot speculative facility was the first to be delivered in the three-building business park in Cicero.
Bridge was named 2018 Developer of the Year at the Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards. Noteworthy projects in 2018 include Bridge Point 290 Phase I, Bridge Point Franklin Park Building I, and Bridge Point North Business Park Building III. These facilities are part of larger developments by Bridge.
Bridge was awarded with NAIOP Chicago’s 2017 Industrial Speculative Development of the Year for Bridge Point North I. The speculative 626,848 square foot facility was the first to deliver in the master-planned 225-acre business park.
Bridge was named NAIOP South Florida’s 2016 Developer of the Year. In 2016 alone, the South Florida team completed or broke ground on 1,226,597 million square feet of speculative Class-A industrial space.
Bridge was recognized as 2015 Developer of the Year at the Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards for three critical market-shaping redevelopments: BridgePoint 94 in Libertyville, BridgePoint McCook, and BridgePoint Northlake.
Bridge was recognized as the 2011 Developer of the Year at the Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards. Projects developed in 2011 included Woodridge, Aptakisic Creek, and 555 Aptakisic Corporate Center.