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80 Park Plaza office building Newark NJ

Newmark Hired to Lease Up Newark’s 80 Park Plaza

Newmark has been hired as leasing agent for 80 Park Plaza, a 973,000-square-foot, Class A office property owned by Nightingale Properties and Glick Family Investments in Newark, NJ. Executive managing director Jeff Schotz, senior managing director Leo Paytas and associate Peter Kasparian will manage leasing and marketing. 

“We are looking forward to working with ownership to find the right tenants to add to the iconic property’s roster of businesses,” said Schotz. “80 Park Plaza offers one of the largest blocks of space available in the Newark and Jersey City area in a prime location with spectacular and unobstructed views of Manhattan.” 

The Newmark team is marketing 130,000 square feet spanning the 21st through 25th floors. This marks the largest contiguous block of office space available to tenants in the larger Newark area, including the Jersey City waterfront. Ownership plans a second phase of capital improvements.  


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