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Longtime Tenant JTI USA Expands at Sanzari’s Glenpointe

JT International USA (JTI USA) has expanded its lease to 18,500 square feet in a renewal at Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ Glenpointe campus in Teaneck, NJ. The company has housed its U.S. executive, marketing, sales, corporate affairs & communications, finance, human resources, and information technology teams at the complex since 2009.

However, as the company evolved, JTI USA’s existing space at Glenpointe no longer met its changing space needs. “For many businesses, relocation can be a massive disruption, but business realities can often make it a necessity,” said Jerry Barta, VP and director of leasing and marketing for Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. “Fortunately, the adaptable construction of Glenpointe ensures that the complex can serve the evolving space needs of growing tenants like JTI USA.”

Barta represented Sanzari in the transaction. JTI was represented by Greg Barkan of CBRE.

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