20B — February 12 - 25, 2016 — New Jersey — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


N ew J ersey

Alfred Sanzari Enterprises announces year-end results

Intercontinental Real Estate Corp./Bijou Properties Vine, an 11-story buildingwith 135 units launches inHoboken H OBOKEN, NJ — In- tercontinental Real Estate Corporation

and Bijou Properties have announced the launch of Vine, a new 11-story building fea- turing 135 rental residences located at 900 Monroe St. in Hoboken. Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zim- mer joined fellow municipal officials, union leaders and development principals for a special ribbon cutting cer- emony to celebrate the opening of the building, which is conve- niently situated adjacent to the 9th St. Hudson Bergen Light Rail Station. In addition to the new residences, Vine features 13,500 s/f of street-level retail space. The developers are also creating an adjacent 7,000 s/f public park. The overall devel- opment will further the City’s vision of a vibrant commuter neighborhood on Hoboken’s western edge. The ribbon cutting event signifies the start of leasing for the upscale one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments which are available for imme- diate occupancy. The Market- ing Directors is the building’s marketing and leasing agent. “We are fortunate to have partnered with Bijou Prop- erties in this deal and look forward to more New Jersey development projects on behalf of Intercontinental’s union and public pension partners, for whom we are grateful to work, seek to create investment returns and fair wage and benefit jobs,” said Peter Pa- landjian , chairman & CEO, EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ — CW Solutions has been honored with a 2016 Future 50 Award by New Jersey SmartCEO and Headline Sponsors Norris McLaugh- l in & Marcus PA and Wilkin & Guttenplan PC . The program recognizes the region’s 50 fastest-growing, mid-sized companies and five small Emerging Growth com- panies that have experienced outsized growth based on a combined three-year aver- age of revenue and employee growth. The 2016 Future 50winners collectively generate $5.2 bil- lion in annual revenue and employ 14,960 individuals in New Jersey. This impressive


maceuticals (USA) Inc. leased 5,200 s/f for its U.S. headquar- ters. Associates in Oro-Facial Pain LLC also joined the build- ing’s tenant roster, leasing 1,900 s/f. •At Glenpointe in Teaneck, Phibro Animal Health Cor- poration expanded its head- quarters space at Glenpointe Centre East by 4,700 s/f for a total occupancy of 49,600 s/f. Additionally, law firm Okin Hollander LLC leased 6,000 s/f at Glenpointe Centre West. •Fitness franchise TITLE Boxing Club leased 4,000 s/f at Summit Plaza in Hackensack. •M&J Innovations LLC leased 20,400 s/f at 385 Chest- nut St. in Norwood, one of six buildings comprising Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ Norwood industrial portfolio. At the firm’s Meadowlands industrial portfolio, wallcovering manu- facturer J. Josephson renewed its 136,000 s/f lease. “Alfred Sanzari Enterprises is committed to its real es- tate assets,” said Stephen Jennings , vice president of leasing and marketing. “We put consistent effort behind maintaining quality space and working with tenants to meet their long-term business needs. The past year’s leasing activity underscores the fact that well-managed and well- located commercial properties continue to attract and retain tenants across all industries even in a challenging economic environment.” n the informational and risk management needs of New Day clients based nationwide. “Alyson’s insurance back- ground and enthusiasm make her an ideal fit for our organi- zation,” said Jefferey Lejfer , the company’s CEO. Prior to joining New Day, Lupinetti served as a client analyst at ECBM. n

HACKENSACK, NJ — Alfred Sanzari Enterpris- es completed approximately 515,000 s/f of transactions in 2015, comprised of new leases, renewals and lease expansions. The firm’s diverse commercial portfolio encompasses office, industrial and retail properties throughout Bergen County. “We are pleased with the ac- tive leasing performance of our entire commercial portfolio,” said Jerry Barta , vice presi- dent/director of leasing and marketing for Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. “2015 was a very successful year for Alfred San- zari Enterprises, both in terms of executing transactions and positioning our company for future growth.” Leasing involved varied industries & requirements •Several growing law firms signed or renewed leases at Court Plaza in Hackensack: Long-time tenant Cole Schotz renewed its lease for 77,000 s/f at Court Plaza North; Winne, Banta, Basralian & Kahn P.C. renewed and expanded to 17,500 s/f at Court Pla- za South; Aronsohn Weiner Salerno & Bremer leased 7,600 s/f at Court Plaza South; and Moskowitz Law Group, LLC leased almost 5,000 s/f of space at Court Plaza North. •At Heights Plaza in Hasb- rouck Heights, Amfine Chemi- cal Corporation and ADE- KA USA Corporation leased 10,500 s/f of headquarters office space. Unichem Phar- HAMILTON, NJ — Alyson Lupinetti has been named an account manager within the Construction Group of New Day Underwriting Managers LLC , a leading specialty intermediary of en- vironmental and construction- related professional liability insurance coverages. She is responsible for supporting

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Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation. The Vine project generated more than 125 union con- struction jobs during devel- opment and has been built in accordance with the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) standards for LEED certification. Vine will be the fourth LEED-certified building introduced by Bijou Properties in the City. “We’re delighted to intro- duce Vine to Hoboken and to see our collective vision for this new residential offering become a reality,” said Larry Bijou , managing partner of Bijou Properties. “People from throughout the region are drawn to live in Hoboken, and what drives us as a company group will be recognized in the March/April issue of New York SmartCEO magazine and celebrated at a black- tie-optional awards ceremony on February 18, 2016 at The Palace at Somerset Park. CW Solutions is a national real estate services firm serv- ing the electric, oil, gas and wireless telecommunications industries. “At CW Solutions, we are honored to be recognized among the region’s fastest- growing companies,” said- Stacie Curtis , president and founder. “2015 was a remarkable year for us as we continued to expand opera- tions and build our team of dedicated industry profes-

is taking a broader approach to neighborhood development by creating properties and complementary amenities and services that promote a healthy, sustainable, transit- oriented -lifestyle that benefit our residents and the commu- nity at large. We believe Vine will do just that.” Designed by Marchetto Stieve Higgins Architects , the distinctive building offers rental residences which boast a number of designer and energy-efficient features A full suite of amenities in- clude a state-of-the-art gym, outdoor pool and sundeck, clubroom, fitness center, land- scaped roof terrace, bike stor- age and a 135-car onsite auto- mated parking facility. n sionals. We look forward to another successful year in 2016 as we continue to roll out new services with the goal of being a one-stop shop for our clients.” “Ask any CEO and they’ll tell you that leading a fast- growing company is one of the most challenging and fun things an entrepreneur can do. Whether they’re just starting out or rapidly trying to scale an established op- eration, this year’s Future 50 winners have executed their growth visions year after year, created job opportunities and made our region a better place to work and live,” said Jaime Nespor-Zawmon , president of SmartCEO Events. n

New Jersey SmartCEO names CW Solutions a 2016 Future 50 Award Winner

Lupinetti named Const. Group account mgr. at New Day Underwriting Managers

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