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Construction & Design shells out for swanky New Jersey space has moved to a new corporate office headquarters at 10 Exchange Place in jersey City.

A leading producer and distributor of nuts, dried fruit, snacks and pantry staples, the company retained Hollister as construction manager to develop the space across the full 28th floor penthouse providing its team with panoramic views of the Hudson River and New York City skyline.

“Through our partnership with Hollister, we were able to make our Pinterest board a reality. They helped us day in and day out, fighting for us, even if it was beyond the scope. The final product speaks for itself,” said Jeff Braverman, CEO,

Designed by Gensler, the new 25,000 s/f home features a contemporary, open-floor plan with natural light and unique decorative finishes, wood and grass elements throughout.

The main entrance features am 8ft by 5ft wooden door specifically made for The main pantry provides employees with expansive seating accommodations, serving island, beer tap area and full coffee bar. A wall filled with dispensers releasing nuts and snacks for sampling can also be found in the pantry.

The space features a sunken lounge with platform and ramps where a viewer oversees the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. A custom hickory wood mezzanine with bleacher seating and an upper raised tree house lounge provides employees with additional hang out space.

There is a corner conference room, prep-kitchen, yoga and meditation room, free-standing glass lounge room and a huddle room with custom swings and turf area.

Digital lockers are available to employees and the space also features a dedicated executive elevator directly to the penthouse.

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