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CBRE Arranges Office Leases Totaling 44,000 SF at Eastman Companies’ Portfolio in Livingston and Florham Park, NJ

CBRE today announced it has completed several new office leases throughout Eastman Companies’ portfolio of properties located in Livingston and Florham Park, NJ. The leases were signed at 290 West Mount Pleasant Avenue, 354 Eisenhower Parkway, 651 Old Mount Pleasant Avenue in Livingston and 23 Vreeland Road in Florham Park.

The CBRE team of Erin Wenzler, Jon Meisel and Dan Casey spearhead the leasing campaigns for the office properties and represented Eastman Companies in the negotiations.

“We are excited to announce the new office leases within Eastman Companies’ New Jersey portfolio,” said Wenzler. “The prominent ownership continues to demonstrate its expertise, having the pulse of the local market even during these challenging times. In fact, Eastman Companies has increased occupancy at its Livingston and Florham Park properties since the pandemic began.”

Greg Barkan and Remy deVarenne of CBRE represented Veritext in a long-term lease renewal for 20,358 sq. ft. at 290 West Mount Pleasant Avenue.

The transactions at 354 Eisenhower included RMG CPA’s 11,302 sq. ft. lease and Lepore Taylor Fox LLP’s 4,082 sq. ft commitment. Jeff Heller and Drew Persson of Avison Young acted on behalf of RMG and Judith Troiano of Avison Young represented Lepore Taylor Fox LLP.

At 651 Old Mount Pleasant Avenue, Jewish Community Housing Corp leased 3,478 sq. ft. of office space in a transaction arranged by Jeremy Neuer of CBRE.

Finally, NuGen Packaging committed to 2,263 sq. ft. at 23 Vreeland Road in a deal arranged by CBRE’s Peter Shikar, and benefEx benefit consulting expanded within the building for 2,434 sq. ft., represented by Kingsbridge ERA’s Mark Twentyman.

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