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Nonprofit NJ Community Capital Inks Long-Term Lease

Cushman & Wakefield arranged a long-term, 24,259-square-foot lease for New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC), a nonprofit organization, at 100 Albany St. in New Brunswick, NJ. The firm’s David DeMatteis and Mina Shehata represented the tenant. 
“As NJCC grows in size and influence, this conveniently located office space will provide a fresh environment for our future,” said Bernel Hall, president and CEO of NJCC. “We value our partnership with Cushman & Wakefield and are thrilled to continue our mission-driven work throughout the State of New Jersey and beyond from our new home in New Brunswick.” 
100 Albany St. is a 147,716-square-foot office building. The property features several retail businesses and restaurants, including Steakhouse 85 and Salt, and offers 24-hour access to tenants. 
NJCC is the state of New Jersey’s largest community development financial institution, supporting the preservation and development of affordable housing and sustainable community development ventures.


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