Amenities, collaboration space and access to transportation will all remain important in the office sector, experts say, but those features must be increasingly focused on wellness, sustainability and energy savings. That’s not to mention diversity and the ability for employees to choose how they work.
The scope of Normandy Real Estate Partners’ plans in Englewood Cliffs just got even bigger.
A month after announcing a major sale-leaseback deal for Unilever’s headquarters campus in the borough, the developer has unveiled a project it has planned for an adjacent office complex.
Unilever is selling its 325,000-square-foot headquarters campus in Englewood Cliffs to a joint venture of OVG Real Estate and Normandy Real Estate Partners, the developers said, under a deal that calls for them to redevelop and expand the property.