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Bridgewater Crossing Signs 47K SF of New Leases

Avison Young’s New Jersey office arranged two new leases at Bridgewater Crossing, a Class A corporate office park located at 200-400 Crossing Blvd. in Bridgewater Township, NJ. LED lighting system provider Signify North America has signed a 28,815-square-foot lease for a new headquarters space at 400 Crossing Blvd., and medical technology company ConvaTec Group signed a 17,800-square-foot at 200 Crossing Boulevard to relocate its New Jersey office. 

Principal William McCaffrey and associate Evan Bernard represented ownership. CBRE’s Remy DeVarenne represented ConvaTec and JLL’s Dan Spero represented Signify. Signify and ConvaTec’s new leases bring the property’s occupancy level to approximately 97.5%.

“Bridgewater Crossing continues to see steady leasing activity as occupiers plan for a return to the office and evaluate their company’s spacing needs,” said McCaffrey. “These new leases are an indication of the strength of the New Jersey office market’s recovery as we enter a post-COVID era.”


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Avison Young’s McCaffreyCBRE’s DeVarenneJLL’s Spero

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