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JLL Arranges Woodcliff Lake Leases

JLL, representing Hudson Equities, has completed two transactions at 300 Tice Blvd. in Woodcliff Lake, NJ. Western Union, a global leader in consumer-to-consumer financial transfer services, signed a 10,640-square-foot lease, and Orion Innovation, a global business and technology services firm, renewed its 4,400-square-foot lease.

The JLL leasing team of Frank Recine and Derek DeMartino represented the landlord. Savills’ Slava Vaynberg represented Western Union. JLL’s Brendan McBride and Chris DeLorenzo represented Orion Innovation.

“300 Tice offers Western Union, a longtime corporate resident of the area, an effective leasing solution in a state-of-the-art property within close proximity,” said Recine. “This lease allows Western Union to continue its mission in the North Bergen County submarket with minimal disruption to personnel and with the benefit of the building’s peerless amenities and location, two key drivers that also proved critical in Orion Innovation’s decision to renew its lease at this best-in-class office facility.”

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