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Newmark Secures Half Dozen New Leases at Mill Valley Offices 

Newmark has arranged six new leases totaling 60,000 square feet at 100 Shoreline, a Class A two-building office complex in southern Marin County’s Mill Valley. Executive managing director Haden Ongaro and director Alisa Belew represented the landlord, Basin Street Properties, in the lease transactions. 

“In partnership with Basin Street, we are extremely proud to report such leasing activity and success at Shoreline Office Center, especially since Glassdoor vacated 45,000 square feet in 2021 when relocating to San Francisco,” said Ongaro.  

The largest of the six leases was for Club Evexia, which signed a 15,528-square-foot lease at the end of 2021 and expanded into another 6,094 square feet in early 2022. Other tenants included Jyzen Labs (18,000 square feet), Cypress Point Investment Management (1,235 square feet), OBE Worldwide (6,600 square feet) and Every Man Jack (12,000 square feet). 

Built in 1985, the two-story and three-story buildings total 98,861 square feet. 


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Newmark's Ongaro

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