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Siemens has leased 65,500 square feet at SJP Properties' 200 Wood Ave. South in Iselin, NJ

Siemens Inks Lease for 66K SF with SJP in Iselin 

SJP Properties has inked a deal with industrial technology company Siemens for 65,500 square feet of office space at 200 Wood Ave. South in Iselin, NJ. The lease assures that Siemens will maintain its presence in the Metropark office campus while joining a 200 Wood South tenant roster that also includes a national insurance carrier, international transport company DSV, and globally ranked financial services company Credit Agricole.  

“In an environment where companies are fiercely competing for talent, 200 Wood Ave. South is attracting growing, world-class institutional tenants that see this building as an asset in their ability to recruit and retain a top-notch workforce,” said Alexander Erdos, SVP – leasing & marketing at SJP. 

Jeff Babikian with CBRE represented Siemens, while Wes Moore of CBRE represented SJP. The owner/developer undertook a comprehensive repositioning strategy upon acquiring 200 Wood South in 2020.


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