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Located in the heart of Newark, New Jersey, the Station is a critical gateway for travel within the state, to neighboring states, as well as to international destinations. As an intermodal center for bus, rail, and light rail and as a major transfer location for a significant number of rail lines that are part of NJ TRANSIT’s rail service with direct access to Newark Liberty International Airport, it plays a vital role in the biggest city in New Jersey. The station building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is undeniably connected to Newark’s identity.czytaj dalej >>>
Infant and baby care products manufacturer inks lease for 18,000 sq. ft. at Edison Properties’ Ironside Newark
16 June 2022
Newark-based Edison Properties on Wednesday said it signed a 15-year lease with the Betesh Group, a privately held, multimillion-dollar consumer products company, for 18,000 square feet of office space in the Ironside Newark office building. The Betesh Group will occupy second-floor space fronting Mulberry Commons Park and is …czytaj dalej >>>
31 March 2022
Ørsted has selected a location for its Newark office, building on its commitment to the state of New Jersey. Working with Edison Properties…czytaj dalej >>>
13 October 2020
Expected to open in spring 2021, the fast-casual chain joins other well-known retailers at the property including Halal Guys, SportsMed Physical Therapy and Oren’s Daily Roast.czytaj dalej >>>
26 March 2019
Transformation of a long-vacant warehouse into a 21st-century office and retail destination with direct connections to transit, open space and nearby attractions
Primary Partners: Edison Properties, LLC; City of Newark; Newark Community Economic Development Corporation; Perkins Eastman
19 March 2019
The New Jersey Chapter of NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association, on Monday announced the finalists for its Deal of the Year Awards.
Three winners, one each for Industrial Deal of the Year, Office Deal of the Year and Mixed-Use Deal of the Year, will be revealed at the 32nd Annual Commercial Real Estate Awards Gala, which will be held on May 16 at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset.
The Industrial Deal of the Year finalists are:
- Linden Logistics Center, Linden. Involving CBRE, Advance Realty and Greek Development.
- Quest Diagnostics Lab at Prism’s ON3, Clifton. Involving Prism Capital Partners LLC; Quest Diagnostics; CBRE; Fox Fothschild LLP; Waters, McPherson, McNeill PC; Flad Architects; and GRE.
The Office Deal of the Year finalists are:
- Gateway Center acquisition, Newark. Involving Onyx Equities LLC, Garrison Investment Group, Axonic Capital LLC, Taconic Capital Advisors, and Prudential Financial.
- Integra LifeSciences headquarters relocation, Princeton. Involving Cushman & Wakefield, Integra LifeSciences, HLW International, Black Creek Group LLC, Fox Rothschild LLP, Sills Cummis & Gross PC, and Newmark Knight Frank.
- Teva Pharmaceuticals headquarters lease at MCCBLUE, Parsippany. Involving Cushman & Wakefield, P3 Properties, JLL, and Teva Pharmaceuticals.
The Mixed-Use Deal of the Year finalists are:
- 400 Claremont, Jersey City. Involving Cole Schotz PC and CBRE.
- Ironside Newark, Newark. Involving Edison Properties, Beckerman, Newark Community Development Corp., Perkins Eastman, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, CBRE, Genova Burns, and Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti.
The recipients of the 2019 Commercial Real Estate Awards will also be honored at the gala.
Andrew Merin of Cushman & Wakefield will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award. The Impact Awards will be presented to Greek Development and Whitesell Construction Co. Inc.
Gretchen S. Wilcox of G.S. Wilcox & Co. will be recognized with the Industry Service Award. New Brunswick Mayor James M. Cahill will receive the Caren S. Franzini Public Partner Award.czytaj dalej >>>
21 January 2019
Edison Properties has attracted another law firm to its adaptive reuse project known as Ironside Newark, inking a 4,000-square-foot lease with a boutique litigation practice.
The developer and owner announced Thursday that Robinson Miller, which is already based in Newark, has become the latest tenant to commit to the property. The firm will move its headquarters to the third floor of the building, which sits at McCarter Highway and Edison Place, when it opens in mid-2019.
The transaction comes two months after Edison announced a 7,296-square-foot lease with Pearlman & Miranda, a law firm that will relocate from Bloomfield. The developer has now leased 73 percent of Ironside Newark’s loft-style office space, which makes up the bulk of the building’s 456,000 square feet.
“We’re excited to welcome Robinson Miller to Ironside Newark, and believe its addition to the building is a testament to the evolution of today’s office market,” said Michael Sommer, Edison Properties’ executive vice president of development. “In today’s market, all prospective tenants are seeking a unique, dynamic environment for their workers.czytaj dalej >>>
09 January 2019
Adaptive reuse and redevelopment projects along with a robust job market—particularly in the financial and professional services sectors—are the linchpins driving New Jersey’s office market growth.
The availability rate, which is at its lowest point in nine years, has improved thanks to the repurposing of obsolete office product. Last year, 12 properties totaling 2.3 million square feet were marked for redevelopment, taking them out of inventory. Through the first half of 2018, 20 office properties totaling 2.7 million square feet are slated for redevelopment, which will further lower the availability rate.
The redevelopment of these spaces has also steadily driven up Class A asking rents over the past three years by 6.1 percent to 29.62 per square foot.
The positive momentum in the market can also be attributed to the 4.2 percent unemployment rate, a 10-year low, and incentive programs, like Grow NJ, that have attracted and retained businesses in the Garden State, sustaining demand.
The most significant adaptive reuse project currently under way is at 110 Edison Place in Newark. Also known as Ironside, the 22-acre project will transform a historic obsolete building at the corner of Edison Place and McCarter Highway into a 450,000-square-foot state-of-the-art office and retail building. The seven-story building, with direct access to Mulberry Commons Park, is expected to be completed by the end of the year.czytaj dalej >>>
19 November 2018
Edison Properties, the privately owned real estate holding and development company that has had a presence in Newark for more than 60 years, officially announced it will be moving its headquarters to Ironside Newark, the former warehouse the company is modernizing into a state-of-the-art office complex.
The move, long expected, will take place in early 2019.
Edison Properties Executive Chairman Robert Selsam said the move reinforces the company’s longtime commitment to Newark.
“Edison Properties traces its beginnings to a single parking lot in Newark more than 60 years ago and has always remained deeply committed to the city’s success,” Selsam said in a statement.
“We are extremely excited to start a new chapter in our company’s history at Ironside Newark and continue playing a role in Newark’s resurgence.”
Edison Properties’ new offices will occupy 39,709 square feet. It is relocating from its longtime office space on Washington Street.
The company began redeveloping the former Newark Warehouse into Ironside Newark — the city’s first speculative office project in more than 30 years — in Spring 2017.
The property has attracted several tenants, including Mars Wrigley Confectionery’s North American headquarters. Its latest tenant, Bloomfield-based law firm Pearlman & Miranda, also was announced Thursday.
Edison Properties said the building’s state-of-the-art loft-style office space is 72 percent leased.czytaj dalej >>>