CBRE Arranges Leases at Eastman Properties in Livingston, Florham Park
CBRE completed several new office leases throughout Eastman Companies’ portfolio in Livingston and Florham Park, NJ. The leases were signed at 290 W. Mount Pleasant Ave., 354 Eisenhower Pkwy. and 651 Old Mount Pleasant Ave. in Livingston and 23 Vreeland Rd. in Florham Park.
The CBRE team of Erin Wenzler, Jon Meisel and Dan Casey spearheads the leasing campaigns for the office properties and represented Eastman Companies. Greg Barkan and Remy deVarenne of CBRE represented Veritext in a long-term lease renewal for 20,358 square feet at 290 W. Mount Pleasant.
The transactions at 354 Eisenhower included RMG CPA’s 11,302-square-foot lease and Lepore Taylor Fox LLP’s 4,082-square-foot commitment. Avison Young’s Jeff Heller and Drew Persson represented RMG and Judith Troiano of Avison Young represented Lepore Taylor Fox.
At 651 Old Mount Pleasant, Jewish Community Housing Corp leased 3,478 square feet, represented by Jeremy Neuer of CBRE.
Finally, NuGen Packaging committed to 2,263 square feet. at 23 Vreeland in a deal arranged by CBRE’s Peter Shikar, and benefEx benefit consulting expanded to 2,434 square feet, represented by Kingsbridge ERA’s Mark Twentyman.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).
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