Law firm Archer & Greiner PC has been a tenant at Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’s Court Plaza South in Hackensack since 2005, and that’s not changing.
Vice President of Leasing and Marketing Stephen Jennings represented Alfred Sanzari in the transaction while Archer was repped by Jack Fatigati of Morford & Dodds Realty.
“We’re grateful to be able to build upon the relationships we’ve maintained at Court Plaza with Alfred Sanzari Enterprises through this latest renewal,” said Christopher Gibson, president of the more than 90-year-old law firm. “Knowing that we have a landlord who is as committed to our business’ success as we are ensures we have the foundation needed to continue to provide the high level of client service that has become synonymous with the Archer name.”
A closer look: Archer
Archer is one of New Jersey’s largest law firms (ranked No. 6 – up two spots from the previous year – on NJBIZ’s most-recent industry list), offering corporate, transactional, litigation and regulatory services across a broad range of industries.
The 335,000-square-foot Court Plaza is located directly across from the Bergen County Courthouse and Administrative Complex. The three-building, Class A office property offers completely covered parking, on-site property management and ownership, a full-service cafeteria, a fitness center and a large common conference room. Additionally, an on-site bank, shoeshine and repair, dry cleaner and car detailer service rounds out the tenant experience.
Court Plaza offers easy access to Interstate 80; Routes 4, 17 and 46; the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.
Earlier this year, Alfred Sanzari secured 4,000 square feet in renewals at the property.
“We are proud to be continuing our long-standing relationship with Archer at Court Plaza,” Jennings remarked in a statement. “This renewal not only speaks to the property’s distinct ability to meet the needs of its tenants but our relationship-focused approach to property management which creates an unrivaled office experience for each of our tenants.”