The Lackawanna Warehouse Building at 629 Grove St. in Jersey City — Courtesy: Newmark
By Joshua Burd
A print and direct mailing company has nearly doubled its footprint in Jersey City after signing a lease renewal and expansion to 71,000 square feet, in a newly announced deal by Newmark.
The user, LOGON, has been a tenant at 629 Grove St. since 2004 and previously occupied 41,000 square feet, according to a news release. The expansion at what’s known as the Lackawanna Warehouse Building will support its continued growth, as it caters to clients including Fortune 500 companies and those in finance, fine arts, beauty and others.
Newmark Managing Director Dan Reider, Associate Director Justin Pollner and Associate John Crawford represented LOGON in the deal.
“The area’s industrial market has continued to see a surge in demand from producers and distributors,” Reider said. “Our team is thrilled to have worked with LOGON. It’s always a good feeling helping a local business expand and grow within the region, and we believe that the increased space will help them meet the needs of their clients as they continue to grow and thrive.”
LOGON, which is based in Manhattan, delivers direct mail, digital print, fulfillment and wide format signage services, the news release said. Its space at the 1.5 million-square-foot Lackawanna Warehouse Building provides it with immediate access to the Holland Tunnel.