3 AAA Drive in Hamilton — Courtesy: Denholtz Associates
By Joshua Burd
A design and consulting firm has renewed its nearly 16,000-square-foot lease at a Hamilton office building, property owner Denholtz Associates said last week.
The landlord announced the 15,896-square-foot deal with Kleinfelder Inc. at 3 AAA Drive, part of the Horizon Center portfolio that Denholtz acquired recently from Mack-Cali Realty Corp. With the renewal, the architecture, engineering and science consulting firm will maintain a space near the Princeton area that serves as one of its more than 60 locations globally.
Stephen Tolkach of Newmark Knight Frank represented Denholtz, while Peter Politi of JLL represented the tenant.
“It’s our focus at Denholtz Associates to achieve and maintain a high level of tenant retention across our portfolio,” said Kristine Hurlbut, senior vice president of leasing at Denholtz. “Our dedication to an extraordinary tenant experience coupled with the strategic location of the Horizon Center will allow us to continue to attract tenants and sustain high occupancy, while successfully executing our multi-tenant strategy for the newest addition to our investment portfolio.”
Denholtz announced in April that it had acquired the Horizon Center portfolio from Mack-Cali. The portfolio includes six office or flex properties and two development sites totaling 236,284 square feet.