16B — October 26 - November 8, 2018 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


O wners , D evelopers & M anagers

NAI James E. Hanson celebrates ribbon cutting for 36,000 s/f office building in Parsippany, NJ Commercial Realty Group unveils 111 Littleton Road transformation P

ARSIPPANY, NJ — Commercial Realty Group (CRG) has once brought back to life another property known now as 111 Littleton Road in Parsippany. Originally built in 1976, CRG purchased the soon to be va- cant and outdated class B property in timeworn condi- tion, some forty-years later in 2016. They have since transformed (the 3-story, 36,000 s/f) 111 Littleton from an antiquated class B building into a class A office site, following a two- year $3 million redevelop-

Shown from left: Paul Newman, Kimmerle NewmanArchitects – Sena- tor Tony Bucco – Parsippany Councilman Michael DePierro – Assem- blyman JayWebber –Andy Billing (CRG) – MikeWalsh (CCI) – Robert Garofalo, Esq. – Parsippany Councilwoman Loretta Gragnani – Lee Billing (CRG) – Matt Kramlick, president, Commercial Electric.

Shown from left: Nicholas DePaolera, sales associate, NAI James E. Hanson, Andrew Billing, general manager, CRG, W. Joshua Levering, SIOR, senior vice president, NAI Hanson, Michael Walsh, president of Corporate Contracting; Lee Billing, property management, CRG.

111 Littleton Road

ment, under the watchful eye of Corporate Contracting, Inc. (CCI), the construction firm tasked with the building’s extensive renovations. Kim- merle Newman Architects , Harding NJ, handled the new design of the building. 111 Littleton’s tenants and their clientele, will have un- paralleled access to the of- fices at 111, as it’s strategi- cally located near the I-80 & I-287 crossroads as well as near Routes 46, 202, and 10. “Though proving to be a very popular location, there’s still space available,” said CRG’s Andy Billing . NAI Hanson is the broker handling the leasing of available space at 111 Littleton Rd., senior vice- president Josh Levering, SIOR , is heading those efforts. Levering, senior vice presi- dent at NAI James E. Hanson, added, “Throughout my career, I have routinely encountered small businesses frustrated by the types of spaces available to them for lease. The renova- tion project at 111 Littleton Road has been meticulously designed to provide solutions to their most common pain points to deliver a space that they can be proud of that will also allow their businesses continued opportunities for growth.” 

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