A fast-growing roofing contractor is expanding its Elmwood Park headquarters by some 3,000 square feet, in a transaction arranged by NAI James E. Hanson.
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The redeveloper of the former Mercedes-Benz campus in Montvale has lured its first office tenant to the site, inking a 20,000-square-foot lease with an area law firm.
A global banking organization has extended its commitment at a Woodbridge office park, where it occupies more than 53,000 square feet under a lease with KBS.
One of the state’s top accounting firms will debut its new headquarters this summer, when it moves to a soon-to-be-transformed, two-building office campus in Parsippany.
A consulting firm has leased more than 9,000 square feet at a Moorestown commercial building, under a newly announced transaction by Wolf Commercial Real Estate.
Smaller-sized leases continued to dominate New Jersey’s office market as 2019 came to a close, putting a drag on overall deal volume as larger transactions remained elusive.
The new owner of a 331,000-square-foot office building in Parsippany has named CBRE as its leasing agent, with plans to renovate the property after acquiring it late last year.
A private investor has acquired a nearly 85,000-square-foot office complex in Mount Laurel, in an $11.05 million sale arranged by JLL.