The Newark Regional Business Partnership has moved its headquarters to the Military Park Building this summer, the building’s owner, The Berger Organization, announced Tuesday.The business organization is leasing 10,000 square feet in the 250,000-square-foot building, sharing the space on the 18th and 19th floors with four additional nonprofit organizations, The Berger Organization said in a news release.
“There is no better place to connect with our members and Newark’s stakeholders than our new offices at the Military Park Building,” Chip Hallock, NRBP CEO and president, said in the release. “We have combined our accessible, central downtown location in one of Newark’s historic office buildings with modern conveniences and communications infrastructure. It is a venue that truly works for our organization.”
NRBP is sharing space with: Greater Newark Enterprises Corporation, which provides loans and technical assistance to small businesses; The Nicholson Foundation, which works with vulnerable populations in the state’s urban areas; Newark Alliance, which aims to improve economic and educational conditions in the city; and ReServe, which helps professionals 55 and older join organizations that need their expertise.
“We look forward to a long and beneficial relationship with NRBP and the groups sharing its space,” Miles Berger, chairman and CEO of The Berger Organization, said in the release. “These organizations all are making commendable contributions to Newark, and we are pleased to provide them with flexible, convenient accommodations that can foster their continued progress in the heart of the city they are serving.”
The Berger Organization added that this is the latest in a series of leases, renewals and expansions at the Military Park Building. Jones Lang LaSalle represented NRBP in negotiating its long-term lease.
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