Sax LLP is set to move later this year to its new headquarters in Parsippany, where it’s leasing nearly 40,000 square feet within a revitalized office campus.
Morristown has become one of New Jersey’s premier transit-oriented areas situated within a unique urban/suburban setting. Morristown’s 24/7 vibrant downtown is defined by its walkable and rapidly growing retail and residential developments. The heart of the commercial corridor surrounds the Morristown Green, a two-and-a-half-acre park that is bordered by upscale housing, office towers along with many restaurants and shopping options, attracting a high concentration of millennials.
A joint venture has inked two key leases at a Parsippany office campus, providing a source of momentum as it enters the final stages of a plan to transform the well-known property.
Vision Real Estate Partners has taken the wraps off its newly completed overhaul at an office building in downtown Morristown, where it has also debuted a series of new amenities.
An insurance firm has leased nearly 7,000 square feet at a Parsippany office building, one of the latest suburban properties to be upgraded and modernized by Vision Real Estate Partners.
One of the state’s top accounting firms will debut its new headquarters this summer, when it moves to a soon-to-be-transformed, two-building office campus in Parsippany.
As they mark a high-profile transaction at a Parsippany office complex, Vision Real Estate Partners and Rubenstein Partners LP have offered a new look at their plans to transform the two-building, 700,000-square-foot office complex.
Office tenants continued their flight to new and improved spaces as 2019 came to a close, furthering the case for landlords to upgrade or redevelop New Jersey’s aging stock of buildings.
Pharmaceutical giant Bayer is selling 86 acres adjacent to its North American headquarters in Hanover, offering a rare infill development site in one of the state’s top corporate submarkets.
As hiring and human resources decisions drive corporate real estate selection more than ever, New Jersey developers are responding by designing spaces and amenities that meet those needs, while expanding their focus on the labor markets around their project sites.