300 Tice Blvd. in Woodcliff Lake — Courtesy: JLL
By Joshua Burd
Western Union has committed to more than 10,000 square feet at a Woodcliff Lake office building, in one of two newly announced transactions by JLL.
The leasing team represented the landlord, Hudson Equities, in the deal at 300 Tice Blvd. The consumer-to-consumer financial transfer services company will occupy the first floor of the 240,291-square-foot property.
JLL touted the deal while also announcing that Orion Innovation, a global business and technology services firm, renewed its lease for 4,400 square feet at 300 Tice.
Frank Recine, executive managing director with JLL, and Derek DeMartino, a senior vice president, represented ownership. Savills Corporate Managing Director Slava Vaynberg represented Western Union, while JLL Senior Vice President Brendan McBride and Executive Vice President Chris DeLorenzo represented Orion.
“300 Tice offers Western Union, a longtime corporate resident of the area, an effective leasing solution in a state-of-the-art property within close proximity,” Recine said. “This lease allows Western Union to continue its mission in the North Bergen County submarket with minimal disruption to personnel and with the benefit of the building’s peerless amenities and location, two key drivers that also proved critical in Orion Innovation’s decision to renew its lease at this best-in-class office facility.”
Located off Exit 171 of the Garden State Parkway, 300 Tice features recent upgrades such as an expanded café with indoor and outdoor seating, a three-story atrium with updated contemporary features, high-end lounge seating, a media wall and a modern fitness center.