777 Terrace Ave. in Hasbrouck Heights — Courtesy: Alfred Sanzari Enterprises
By Joshua Burd
A housewares wholesaler has leased 3,300 square feet at Heights Plaza, the 200,000-square-foot Hasbrouck Heights office building owned by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises.
The landlord announced Wednesday that Old Dutch International had committed to the space at 777 Terrace Ave. The company has moved its administrative offices to Heights Plaza from combined warehouse and office space at another Bergen County location.
Stephen C. Jennings, Sanzari’s vice president of leasing and marketing, arranged the lease at the six-story building. Derek DeMartino of JLL represented the tenant.
“Heights Plaza continues to attract, and retain, tenants of all sizes in a variety of industries due to its convenient highway access, recent building enhancements and desirable tenant amenities and conveniences,” Jennings said. “We are pleased to welcome Old Dutch International to the building’s growing tenant roster and look forward to serving their real estate needs for years to come.”
Sanzari described Old Dutch International as purveyors of the original Moscow Mule mug, with product lines including cookware, barware, teapots and tea kettles and other items.
Heights Plaza sits at the intersection of Interstate 80, Route 17 and Route 46 and just minutes from the George Washington Bridge. Amenities include covered parking, an on-site cafeteria, a security and concierge center and Manhattan skyline views.