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SJP signs NICE 60,000 s/f lease at Waterfront Corporate Center

SJP Properties announced that NICE Systems Inc. has signed a new 60,000 s/f office lease for its new U.S. headquarters at Waterfront Corporate Center III, the third and final building within SJP’s mixed-use business center in Hoboken, N.J.

Earlier this year, SJP completed construction on the 14-story, 500,000 s/f building — developed in partnership with USAA Real Estate Company — which recently achieved LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

A global enterprise software company, NICE Systems provides solutions to the world’s largest organizations to deliver better customer service, ensure compliance, combat fraud and safeguard citizens. The company’s new lease at Waterfront Corporate Center III will enable it to consolidate its New York City and New Jersey operations in one location that offers direct access to Hoboken’s exceptional transportation network, as well as the city’s numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options.

Tom Dziersk, President of NICE Americas, SAID, “Over the years, NICE has made significant investments to grow its presence in the New Jersey/New York region. The company remains committed to future growth in the area, recognizing the opportunities available to grow our businesses and expand our NICE community.”

“Over the past few years, the Hudson River waterfront in New Jersey has seen an increasingly diverse mix of tenants that are attracted to the area’s high-quality transportation network and skilled workforce,” stated Steven J. Pozycki, chairman and CEO of SJP Properties.

“In particular, we’ve seen significant activity at Waterfront Corporate Center from companies in the technology sector, as this property offers quick access to New York City, while providing the high-performance, technologically advanced work environment these companies require.”
Colliers International executive director Richard Charkham and executive managing director Richard Mirliss represented NICE Systems, while SJP Properties was represented by senior vice president Peter Bronsnick.

NICE Systems will join a roster of tenants that includes Marsh & McLennan, Thomson Reuters, RMS and Octapharma. Pearson Education occupies 200,000 s/f as the lead tenant of Waterfront Corporate Center III.

In addition, e-commerce start-up occupies 40,000 s/f at the building, as does collaborative workspace provider Regus.

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