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Rockefeller Group relocates

After more than 25 years in Mount Olive, The Rockefeller Group’s New Jersey office is relocating to Headquarters Plaza in downtown Morristown, a 706,000 s/f, Class A office complex situated just off the town’s historic Green.

The commercial and residential real estate development company, which has deep roots in the New Jersey market, will occupy 7,000 s/f on the 9th floor of the complex’s North Tower.
“As thriving downtown districts continue to drive today’s office leasing activity, it became clear to us that Morristown is the ideal location to further grow our New Jersey operations,” said Clark Machemer, senior vice president and regional development officer for The Rockefeller Group’s New Jersey/Pennsylvania office.

“With its location in the heart of Morristown and just a short walk to the train station, we’re confident that Headquarters Plaza, from a strategy, recruiting and development perspective, is the perfect home for our New Jersey and Pennsylvania operations.”

Gensler led the redesign of The Rockefeller Group’s new office. Robert Donnelly, Jr., executive vice president of Cushman & Wakefield represented The Rockefeller Group in the office relocation.

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