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Yarn Distributor Shifts HQ to Amenitized Space in Wayne

NAI James E. Hanson completed a new office lease for 2,878 square feet at Wayne Solar Center in Wayne, NJ. NAI James E. Hanson’s W. Joshua Levering represented the tenant, United Yarn Products Co. in the transaction with the landlord, Signature Acquisitions.

Founded in 1930, United Yarn is a global yarn distributor. Previously located in Paterson, NJ, United Yarn was searching for a modern, amenitized space, Levering said.

“The tenant’s plan was simply to create a modern headquarters for their office and administrative operations,” he said. “Wayne Solar Center was the perfect fit.”

The 156,941-square-foot Wayne Solar Center is partially powered by a solar panel carport that generates one million watts of power, and doubles as sheltered parking for nearly 700 spaces. The property is located within the Valley Road Corporate Park, providing convenient roadway access to the entire northern New Jersey metropolitan area.

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