Heights Plaza at 777 Terrace Ave. in Hasbrouck Heights — Courtesy: Alfred Sanzari Enterprises
By Joshua Burd
A specialty food company is relocating and consolidating its headquarters in Bergen County as part of a newly announced, 8,455-square-foot lease with Alfred Sanzari Enterprises.
The real estate firm on Wednesday announced the commitment by Diana Food, a pioneer in the development of natural ingredients and flavorings for the agro-food industry, which is relocating to 777 Terrace Ave. in Hasbrouck Heights. The multinational company will use the location as its new home for food testing and R&D operations, along with executive, sales and administrative teams that were previously split between Saddle Brook and Teterboro.
The space at what’s known as Heights Plaza also provides Diana Food, which has a presence in 14 countries, with room to grow.
“For any growing company searching for a new headquarters in this market, it can often be challenging to find spaces that are modern, accessible and adaptable yet affordable,” said Stephen Jennings, vice president of leasing and marketing at Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. “The timeless construction of Heights Plaza and our team’s ongoing hands-on management of the building consistently allows us to strike the ideal balance between each of those crucial factors and provide a headquarters well-suited for companies like Diana Food.”
Located at the intersection of Interstate 80 and Route 17, the six-story, 200,000-square-foot Heights Plaza provides easy access to the New Jersey Turnpike, the Garden State Parkway and Route 46. Tenants are also minutes from the George Washington Bridge and Lincoln Tunnel, while having access to features such as abundant covered parking, an on-site full-service cafeteria and an on-site building engineer and day porter.