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Hackensack’s Print House Draws Regional and National Retail Tenants

NAI James E. Hanson has negotiated retail leases to bring Starbucks, Blue Foundry Bank and Hackensack Meridian Health to The Shoppes at Print House, a redevelopment project at the former site of The Bergen Record, located at 150 River St. in Hackensack, N.J.  

The team of Michael Walters, Jonathan Kristofich and Cameron Silverstein represented The Hampshire Companies, Russo Development and Fourth Edition, Inc., the developers of Print House, in these leases, and in a long-term lease with Jersey Mike’s.

Hackensack Meridian Health’s 6,076-square-foot space will serve as the healthcare system’s newest primary care and OBGYN facility. Starbucks will transform its 3,000-square-foot space into a full-service café. Blue Foundry Bank, a savings bank headquartered in Rutherford, NJ, will utilize its 2,151-square-foot space as a new branch.  

“Our early retail leasing success speaks to the continued realization of the ambitious vision that has powered the reimagining of this historic site,” said Walters.   


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NAI James E. Hanson

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