Mack-Cali Realty Corp. announced Tuesday it has leased more than 518,000 square feet at different office and flex commercial real estate properties in northern and central New Jersey in its fourth quarter.Highlights from the Edison-based REIT’s fourth quarter include:
- Information technology company Cisco Systems Inc. signed a 35,446-square-foot lease at 4 Gatehall Drive in Parsippany. Dan De Palma and Brian Gropler, both of Jones Lang LaSalle, represented the tenant in the transaction. Mack-Cali was represented in-house by Diane Chayes, senior vice president of leasing.
- High technology products and services provider Atlantic Inertial Systems Inc. signed a 19,854-square-foot lease renewal at 20 Commerce Way in Totowa. Jason Fray of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant. Mack-Cali was represented by Thomas Savoca, assistant vice president of leasing.
- U.S. General Services Administration signed a 19,709-square-foot lease renewal at 343 Thornall St. in Edison. David Lipson, Ken Ruderman and Neil Levy, all of Savills Studley, represented the tenant. Mack-Cali was represented by Toni Casiano, assistant vice president of leasing.
- Loan provider Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corp. signed 19,225 square feet at 101 Hudson St. in Jersey City. Robert Goodman and Richard Mirliss of Colliers International represented the tenant. Mack-Cali was represented by Savoca.
- Law firm Connell Foley LLP signed a total of 17,441 square feet at Harborside Plaza 5 in Jersey City, consisting of a 12,987-square-foot renewal and a 4,424-square-foot expansion. Thomas Reilly, Dan Loughlin.
“Mack-Cali had a successful fourth quarter, increasing our office building occupancy through significant leasing activity. We are pleased to continue to be the preferred provider of office space in the markets in which we operate,” Mitchell E. Hersh, CEO and president of Mack-Cali, said in a prepared statement.
ALSO ON NJBIZ:
Community banks having tough time filling boards: Personal liability risks scaring away candidates
Mindcore confident recent merger has set path for success
15 lawyers leaving Sills Cummis & Gross for national firm’s health care and life sciences practices