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Brookfield taps RKF to lease Hudson Exchange retail

RKF, a Newmark company, announced that it has been named the exclusive retail leasing agent for 444 Warren at Hudson Exchange — phase two of Brookfield Properties’ new six-block, 18-acre mixed-use development in Jersey City’s Hudson Exchange neighborhood.

The RKF leasing team of Senior Managing Director Glenn Beyer, Managing Director Jerry Rockoff and Associate Director Robert Mackowski are marketing the opportunity at 444 Warren on behalf of the landlord, Brookfield Properties.

GLEN BEYER

The property offers three available spaces- a 5,838-square-foot space that has the potential to be divided, a 2,241-square-foot space and a fully built-out 1,010-square-foot café space.

Located at the base of a 432-unit residential tower- with more residential developments coming available in the future, this is an ideal location for a restaurant or retailer to make its mark on this growing neighborhood two blocks from the Hudson Riverfront. Once the project is complete, accessibility to transportation to and from Manhattan along with retail amenities and affordable housing will make this project eye-catching to anyone.

“The growth in residential developments in the surrounding areas of Jersey City make the opportunity ideal for a chef-driven restaurant or fast-casual spot to join the booming Hudson Exchange neighborhood,” explained Mackowski. “Hudson Exchange is minutes from Manhattan via PATH or Ferry and truly has become a live, work, play neighborhood”.

A new restaurant would be in good company with established neighbors that include Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Bed Bath & Beyond, Shop Rite, Chipotle Mexican Grill, European Wax Center, Massage Envy, Departed Soles, Asana Soul, Vita Athletics, Cool Vines and the Newport Mall.

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