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Interior spaces curated by boutique design firm, 9/'* Inc. DMG Investments celebrate ribbon cutting of 204-unit luxury condominium building

LIFFSIDE PARK, NJ — Principals of DMG Investments joined Cliffside Park Mayor Thomas Calabrese and other dignitar- ies to celebrate the opening of an on-site Sales Gallery at One Park, a new 204-unit luxury condominium building rising atop the Palisades in this Ber- gen County borough. The completed Sales Gal- lery, which features interac- tive visual displays, a kitchen vignette with authentic fin- ishes and appointments, and a model representation of the C hiͳlightS August 11 - 24, 2017

“We’re investing in Cliffside Park because we recognize the extraordinary qualities pres- ent here. Our location perfect- l\ reÁects the borough·s atmo- sphere, a tranquil, suburban setting that’s complemented by an eclectic offering of local shops and restaurants, prox- imity to Manhattan, and con- venient access to a wealth of lifestyle attractions along the Hudson River. One Park will enhance the unique character and convenience of Cliffside Park with a level of modern luxury traditionally found in Manhattan.” “I’m delighted to help cel- ebrate the opening of this beautiful new sales gallery,” added Mayor Calabrese. “We continue to look for ways to

“The Plaza at Harmon Meadow is an exciting addition to our portfolio, and we look forward to further strength- ening this asset’s position as one of New Jersey’s premier shopping and dining destina- tions,” Carson added. The property, which also includes a small office component, offers immediate access to the New Jersey Turnpike and Route 3, just minutes from routes 17 and 46, I-80, the George Washington Bridge and the Lincoln Tunnel. The Plaza at Harmon Mead- ow is the latest in a growing number of significant new as- signments for /0C. 7he firm recently was awarded leasing and/or management agencies in New Jersey’s Delran, Free- hold, Hackettstown and Madi- son, as well as in Westbrook, Conn. LMC also was retained to continue its role following ownership changes at proper- ties in Flemington, N.J., and Pottsville, Pa. For 65 years, LMC has served as a trusted single- source commercial real estate services provider for institu- tional and private owners. n grow our community smartly and responsibly in ways that will benefit all of our resi- dents. You see that today with the progress of One Park. It’s clear that this will be an exceptional new residential development that we will all be proud of.” Designed by architectur- al firm Architectura , the 14-story building boasts a glass curtain wall and private outdoor space for every home to take full advantage of its dramatic clifftop location and sweeping vistas. Interior spaces curated by boutique design firm, 9/'* Inc. feature spacious kitchens with chef-caliber appliances, the finest fixtures, and mag- nificent views. n

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building, marks the launch of preview sales at One Park in advance of its official grand opening. The dramatic space also reveals the building’s unimpeded Hudson River and Manhattan skyline views.

“This is an exciting mile- stone for both our new luxury condominium building and the borough of Cliffside Park,” said Jacky He , executive vice pres- ident of DMG Investments, which is developing One Park.

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SECAUCUS, NJ — Com- mercial real estate services firm Levin Management Corporation (LMC) has been named managing agent for The Plaza at Harmon Meadow in Secaucus. Carlton Strategic Ventures and New Valley Realty jointly own the 192,000 s/f, open air mixed-use property, located in the desir- able Meadowlands submarket. Situated at 650 and 700 Pla- za Dr. within the larger Har- mon Meadow development, The Plaza serves as home to a diverse mix of retail, service and office tenants including a Kerasotes ShowPlace 14 Theater complex, Pier 1 Im- ports, Chipotle, Starbucks, Cheeseburger in Paradise, Houlihan’s, Red Lobster, Cosi, Cups Frozen Yogurt and GNC, among others. “We are pleased to have Levin on board as managing agent for The Plaza at Har- mon Meadow,” said Howard Michaels, chairman of Carl- ton Strategic Ventures. “The firm·s depth of Nnowledge and experience in this submarket, combined with its integrated platform of service offerings, will be instrumental in maxi- mizing the shopping center’s

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ing deck refurbishment and a courtyard renovation.” LMC’s fully integrated ap- proach and expertise in man- aging design/construction proMects from start to finish provided the firm with an ad- vantage in winning The Plaza at Harmon Meadow assign- ment, according to Carson. “Ownership wanted a firm with a strong local presence, and valued the fact that LMC’s full range of services are co- ordinated in-house from one location,” he said. “They also appreciate the expertise and range of tenant coordination services our construction man-

efficienc\ and appeal for \ears to come.” The LMC team is overseeing day-to-day operations at The Plaza, with a focus on revital- izing the project, according to Robert Carson , LMC’s executive vice president. “The Plaza at Harmon Meadow is a highly visible property in the center of a vibrant mixed-use development,” he said. “Our initial focus here will be to renovate common areas and maximize overall curb appeal. We will also be completing several large-scale capital projects already started by our client, including a park-



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