10B — September 15 - 28, 2017 — Northern New Jersey — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


N orthern N ew J ersey Sabato and Peck of Resource Realty of Northern New Jersey represent buyer Weiss Realty represent sellers of 130,180 s/f office/flex building in Pine Brook, NJ

ine Brook , NJ — Matthew Weiss of Moonachie based Weiss Realty has announced the sale of 34 Maple Ave. in Pine Brook. Located in the Parsippany office submarket, the 130,180 s/f fully air con- ditioned two story office/flex building is situated on 10.42 acres and prominently visible on the service road of Inter- state Route 80. Weiss Realty represented the sellers, a partnership including the principals of Englewood Cliffs based CHT Group and Jaime Weiss , the managingmember of 34Maple P

Avenue LLC in the sale to iS- tar Realty LLC. CHT Group is a family-owned company that has developed and managed residential and commercial properties since its founding in 1972 by Joseph Berardo. Prior to the sale Weiss Realty acted as the property manager and leasing agent for ownership. Greg Sabato and Scott Peck of Resource Realty of Northern New Jersey repre- sented the buyer in this trans- action. Meyner & Landis of Newark acted as legal advisor to the seller and Mandelbaum Salsburg of Roseland acted as counsel to the buyer. “We recognized the property’s flexible zoning, making the building ideally suited for a variety of uses, and the build- ings visibility and accessibility on busy Route 80, coupled with Pine Brook’s outstanding infra- structure created a good buying opportunity. We were able to complete the sale quickly” com- mented Matthew Weiss. The property includes a dedicated ground floor entrance, full- service cafeteria, and 550 car parking. For 50 years, Weiss Realty has had a significant impact in the office, retail and industrial market and offers an owner- oriented, hands-on approach. n Unity Bank to open new branches in Bergen County and Bethlehem, PA CLINTON, NJ — Uni- ty Bank will open two new branches, its second in Bergen County and second in Lehigh Valley, PA and move its Phil- lipsburg branch to a more mod- ern location less than a mile away in the coming months. The branch expansion will in- crease Unity’s branch network to 19 locations in Bergen, Hunt- erdon, Middlesex, Somerset, Union and Warren counties in NJ and Lehigh and Northamp- ton counties in PA. “Unity is in an excellent posi- tion to expand services because we continue to see strong loan and deposit growth,” said Unity Bank president & CEO James Hughes . “We intend to continue to grow our retail network while producing solid returns for our investors. New branches help us strengthen the Unity brand and allow the bank to focus on provid- ing services for small business customers, who depend on local branches for daily deposits.” n

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