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1100 Kimball Avenue offices Parsippany NJ

Signature Launches Capital Improvements at Parsippany Offices

Signature Acquisitions has launched a major capital improvement program at 100 Kimball, its 175,000-square-foot Class-A office building at 100 Kimball Drive in Parsippany, N.J, within Morris County. The capital improvements will feature significant tenant-focused upgrades. 

“The evolution in how and where employees work has forced office owners to rethink every aspect of their properties as they look towards the future,” said Rich Travaglini, SVP/director of leasing for Signature Acquisitions. “With our significant capital investments at 100 Kimball, we are re-envisioning the property to support the new and future needs of the corporate workforce and give employees a reason to want to come into the office that will be unmatched by any other in the local market.” 

The company has enlisted Avison Young’s Jeffrey L. Heller, SIOR, William E. McCaffrey, and Evan Bernard as the brokerage team for the leasing and marketing of 100 Kimball. 


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