475 Alfred Ave. in Teaneck — Courtesy: NAI James E. Hanson
By Joshua Burd
A marble and stone distributor has leased 13,000 square feet of industrial space in Teaneck, following a fire at a previous location that forced it to find a new home in the region.
According to NAI James E. Hanson, the owner’s representative at 475 Alfred Ave., EDM USA Inc. will use the space as its new regional warehousing and distribution center. The international distributor is taking 12,876 square feet at the two-story, 102,045-square-foot building just north of Route 4.
NAI Hanson’s Kenneth Lundberg, Patrick Lennon, Steve Pastor and Lorenzo Lambiase represented the landlord, 475 Alfred Ave. LLC, while Chaus Realty represented the tenant.
“Our understanding of the Bergen County market coupled with our flexibility and creativity continues to ensure we can provide unparalleled service to clients no matter their real estate needs,” Lundberg said. “Although the circumstances around EDM USA’s relocation were less than desirable, we were happy to work with them to quickly secure a new space that fit their needs and ensure minimal disruptions to their business.”
In a news release, NAI Hanson said EDM USA has worked on high-profile projects across the world. The company’s New York City-area facility was previously based at a multitenant industrial facility on Bancker Street in Englewood Cliffs, but the building was left unusable by a fire late last year, requiring EDM to secure a new location for its operations.
The Teaneck facility features 15-to 18-foot ceiling heights, three tailgates and 2,500 square feet of office space, NAI Hanson said, touting its accessibility to Interstate 80, the New Jersey Turnpike and Route 46, along with the George Washington Bridge.