NAI James E. Hanson, the largest New Jersey-based full-service independent commercial real estate firm, announces it has negotiated the lease for 6,200 square feet of industrial space at 262 Hudson Street in Hackensack, N.J. NAI James E. Hanson’s Darren Lizzack, MSRE, and Randy Horning, MSRE, represented the landlord, Hudson Mason Supply, LLC, in the transaction with United Network Communications Corporation.
Located on .80 acres, 262 Hudson Street is a 7,200-square-foot industrial building with 14’ 3/4” and 23’ 1/4” ceiling heights, one drive-in loading door with a 13’ by 14’ door and fenced storage yard with a surveillance system. The property also boasts close proximity to Route 80 and the George Washington Bridge ensuring easy access to the entire Tri-State Area.
As they sought a new tenant for this flexible property, Hudson Mason Supply tapped NAI James E. Hanson as the exclusive broker for the building in order to benefit from their local contacts and thorough experience in the Hackensack industrial market. United Network Communications Corporation, a cell tower repair business that was previously based in Brooklyn, N.Y., took interest in the space due to its location adjacent to Route 80 that would enable the company to easily reach its clientele across northern N.J. and New York City’s five boroughs.
“Demand continues to rise for strategically located industrial space in northern New Jersey, particularly for properties with outdoor storage,” said Lizzack. “While these property owners are in a great position to secure record-setting rents in areas such as Hackensack, securing the highest possible per-square-foot price isn’t the most important task. It’s finding reputable tenants that match with the landlord’s expectations and the property’s use and location to ensure that both parties find success during their agreement. Using our marketing capabilities and thorough contact list, we’re able to secure a match between landlord and tenant and deliver value to our client amidst the aggressive market we’re seeing today.”