CARLSTADT, N.J. — Nearly one month after announcing it would be opening a South Hackensack distribution center, Katz's Deli signed on additional space in Carlstadt.
The famed New York City eatery is leasing a nearly 30,000-square-foot space in a 145,000-square-foot industrial building at an undisclosed address, officials told Daily Voice.
NAI Hanson’s Steve Leitner represented the tenant, Katz’s Delicatessen, in the transaction. The landlord, 100 Group Ind., LLC, was represented by Scott Belfor and Kevin Dudley of CBRE.
Since 1888, Katz’s Delicatessen has been an institution on the Lower East Side of New York City serving thousands of residents and tourists each week at 205 East Houston St.
Its newly launched e-commerce store enables Katz's to ship products to customers across the world.
Katz’s sought out a space with direct access to New York City and major arteries to the west to house their offices, warehousing and distribution operations.
The lease in Carlstadt provides the deli with an ideal location to support their physical New York City location while also offering the storage and distribution space to quickly fulfill e-commerce orders.
This lease will enable Katz’s Delicatessen to continue to grow business and ship products all over the world to bring authentic New York City culinary experience to people near and far, officials said.