Cushman & Wakefield, as exclusive agent for the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA), is assisting in the marketing of Fort Monmouth, part of a multi-parcel site comprised of 1,127 acres at Fort Monmouth Army Post, located in Monmouth County, NJ. The Fort was decommissioned in 2011 and the entire complex is being marketed for sale or lease under a two-phase, multi-parcel process. The Fort is in the process of further subdivision, and will be marketed throughout 2013 and 2014. The remaining parcels allow for various uses, providing investors with a range of development opportunities, including residential, commercial, lodging, and retail. Several parcels also include existing buildings which maybe adaptable for re-use.

FortMonmouth’s proposed 19.5 acre data center site will be located within the Charles Wood Area of the Fort, serviced by a 35 kVA electrical feed, fiber optics, and multiple NJ American water feeds.

The Fort is centrally located just off Exit 105 of the Garden State Parkway and is less than a one hour ride by car to New York City and a one and a half hour, one seat ride to NYC Penn Station via rail from the Little Silver Train station located 10 minutes from the site. Monmouth County is known for its highly educated and trained workforce and is the fifth most populous county in New Jersey.

The adjacent site on the Fort is currently under construction for CommVault’s new corporate headquarters and data center. At full build out, CommVault’s facility will total 650,000 sq ft.

FMERA, in association with the local municipalities, has prepared a reuse plan for the Fort, outlining the proposed use for each section of the complex. A copy of the reuse plan can be found on-line at both the property and the FMERA websites.

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