A telecommunications consulting firm has agreed to lease nearly 5,200 square feet at Denholtz Properties’ newly acquired, two-building office complex in Red Bank.
Denholtz Properties has secured a lease extension at a renovated office building in Bernardsville, inking a new commitment from a boutique medical communications firm.
Denholtz Properties has completed a nearly 11,000-square-foot lease in Orlando with one of Florida’s largest suppliers of natural gas, the Red Bank-based firm said Tuesday.
The convenience was hard to beat at Denholtz Properties’ longtime headquarters in Matawan, a three-story office building that sits directly off the Garden State Parkway. But the firm’s new office in Red Bank has much more to offer.
An insurance company has sold and leased back the majority of a two-building office portfolio in Red Bank, brokers with Newmark Knight Frank announced last week.
Red Bank is now embracing redevelopment and smart growth concepts more than it has in recent memory, insiders say, as evidenced by the growing list of projects that are now under construction or in its pipeline. That embrace is a long time coming for developers that have seen all the community has to offer — from its popular downtown to the Navesink River waterfront, along with a rich cultural scene and an affluent population.
The development and investment firm long known as Denholtz Associates has unveiled a new name and a new corporate headquarters to go along with what it says is a refocused strategy.
As you’ll read in this month’s cover story, local leaders in Red Bank are increasingly open to the idea of redevelopment and smart growth in their community. The 2.2-square-mile borough has long held the cachet of towns such as Montclair and Morristown, but new mixed-use projects have been few and far between.