1099 Wall Street West in Lyndhurst — Courtesy: Bergman Real Estate Group
By Joshua Burd
Bergman Real Estate Group has unveiled a series of new amenities at a 120,000-square-foot office building in Lyndhurst.
The real estate investment and management firm announced recently that it completed the new spaces at 1099 Wall Street West, including a new café, lounge and game room and shared conference space. Bergman held a grand opening event for tenants earlier this month.
“These new amenities are in line with our firm’s mission to invest in our properties by making substantial value adds,” said Michael Bergman, CEO and president of Bergman Real Estate Group. “The new cafe, state-of-the-art conference center and relaxing lounge and game room will attract new tenants and keep our current tenants happy.”
The building’s new Wall Street Cafe offers a breakfast and lunch menu and catering services for meetings, Bergman said in a news release. Tenants can use the conference room for presentations and group training, with seating in several configurations for up to 16 people, a 65-inch smart TV and two glass boards.
The adjacent lounge, outfitted with comfortable seating and televisions, offers a space where employees can relax and recharge throughout the day.
The new amenities are part of a multimillion-dollar capital improvement program aimed at creating an appealing, modern and relaxing environment for new and current tenants at 1099 Wall Street West, Bergman said. The renovations also included upgrades to common areas and corridors, carpet replacement, bathroom upgrades, new lobby furniture and enhanced landscaping.
Bergman acquired the three-story property, one of the first office buildings to be built in the Meadowlands, from a private equity fund in 2016. Tenancy has increased by more than 25 percent since then.
“These amenities are part of the top-tier tenant experience,” said Isabel Freire, Bergman’s assistant director of leasing and marketing. “The new cafe, lounge and conference room, coupled with its spectacular Meadowlands location and our ability to accommodate for smaller office sizes, makes 1099 Wall Street West an extremely appealing place to be.”
Bergman touted the property’s direct access to routes 3 and 17 and proximity to the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway. NJ Transit bus service to Midtown Manhattan is located directly in front of the building, while trains to Manhattan are available from the nearby Kingsland and Secaucus train stations.