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Keystone taps CBRE for complex deals

The 700,000 s/f property has been renovated

CBRE has been appointed the exclusive leasing agent for 30 Knightsbridge Road in Piscataway, New Jersey.

Owned by Keystone Property Group, the newly renovated, four-building, 685,000 s/f complex is an established corporate headquarters location with tenants rom a diverse set of industries.

The roster includes divisions of AECOM, Aflac, Altice, Paychex, QualCare, Regus and Rutgers while corporate neighbors include Colgate-Palmolive, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Ericsson-Worldwide, L’Oreal and GEICO.

CBRE’s Jonathan Meisel and Doug Petrozzini will spearhead a targeted leasing campaign on behalf of ownership.

Keystone has recently completed a multi-million-dollar capital improvement program that significantly enhanced services and amenities, transforming the property into a community of progressive companies in a revitalized environment.

The property offers several corporate branding opportunities, including exclusive building entrances, private lobbies, and enhanced individual identity.

30 Knightsbridge Road, which won BOMA’s New Jersey Grand TOBY Outstanding Building Award in 2018, currently offers available space ranging from 6,000 to 280,000 s/f.

The complex provides over 45,000 s/f of amenities, including a 200-plus seat auditorium; conference areas; a fitness center; full-service café woffering 175-plus seated dining, private dining areas and on-the-go options; a new game room; indoor and outdoor seating areas with complimentary KeystoneConnect Wi-Fi; and modernized common areas.

The property has built-in redundant power supply systems with on-site landlord-owned substation delivering 26KV that supports an existing two-story 120,000 s/f mission critical data center, which can be modified for other technical uses.

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