Columbia Property Trust Completes Rehab of 95 Columbus in Jersey City
Columbia Property Trust (CPT) has completed the redevelopment of 95 Columbus, its 680,000-square-foot office building in Jersey City’s Grove Street neighborhood, the company said in a statement.
Working with global architecture firm Spectorgroup, CPT says it has “reinvented 95 Columbus – and contributed to the ongoing revitalization of the surrounding district – with a fresh and modernized lobby, an upgraded façade, and a reimagined entryway to enhance the arrival experience for tenants and guests.”
David Cheikin, EVP – East Coast at CPT, said, “Our goal for the 95 Columbus renovation was to create the best possible environment to enable our tenants to work and thrive. We combined Spectorgroup’s striking design with cutting-edge technology and an emphasis on wellness, while also enhancing the property’s connection to the vibrancy of the Grove Street retail and neighborhood,”
Columbia has selected the Cushman & Wakefield team led by Josh Kuriloff, Rob Lowe, and Ed Duenas to market 95 Columbus’ availabilities, which include 203,000 square feet across five contiguous floors.
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