12B — June 8 - 21, 2012 — New Jersey — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal



DISON, NJ — Mack- Cali Realty Corpora- tion announced in a Eisenhower/280 Corporate Center receives TOBY Mack-Cali Realty property honored at BOMA’s Middle Atlantic Regional Awards dinner E

Awards honor buildings for excellence in building man- agement, with all facets of a property’s operations evaluated, including build- ing maintenance, operational efficiency, tenant retention, emergency preparedness, and community impact. Mitchell E. Hersh, Mack- Cali president and chief ex- ecutive officer, commented, “This award is an excellent demonstration of Mack-Cali’s continuing commitment to upholding the highest stan- dards for the management of our premier office proper- ties.”

Eisenhower/280 Corporate Centerwill be entered into the International Outstanding Building of the Year Award competition. The winners of the International Awards will be announced at the TOBY Awards banquet held dur- ing the BOMA International Conference in Seattle, WA, on June 26, 2012. Mack-Cali Realty Corpo- ration is a fully integrated, self-administered, self-man- aged real estate investment trust (REIT) providing man- agement, leasing, develop- ment, construction and other tenant-related services for

its class A real estate port- folio. Mack-Cali owns or has interests in 277 prop- erties, primarily office and office/flex buildings located in the Northeast, totaling approximately 32.2 million s/f. The properties enable the Company to provide a full complement of real estate op- portunities to its diverse base of over 2,000 tenants. ■ CLINTON, NJ — CBRE announced the completion of two lease transactions at Perryville Corporate Center in Clinton.The deals repre- sent approximately 25,000 s/ f of new absorption this year. Both tenants are relocating their headquarters to the 280,000 s/f class A site. CBRE senior associates Patricia Riedel and John Goodwin handled the trans- actions on behalf of the own- ership, Crown Properties. In the first transaction, Malick & Scherer signed a 13,741 s/f lease. Goodwin also represented the tenant, a firm of consulting engi- neers, construction inspec- tors, and land surveyors, which is relocating from 295 Route 22 in Whitehouse Sta- tion, NJ. In the other transaction, Marsulex Environmental Technologies signed an 11,371 s/f lease and was rep- resented by vice president Lee Barnes and principal Peter Blanchard of Garib- aldi. Marsulex provides air pollution control systems and services that minimize pollutants and acid gas from emissions of electric utilities, petrochemical and general industrial customers. The company is relocating from Lebanon, PA. “The Malick & Schere deal is another classic example of the ‘flight-to-quality’ indus- try trend with both compa- nies relocating to upgraded space to take advantage of current market conditions,” said Goodwin. According to Riedel, “The highly efficient building is also ideal for a reverse com- mute and features many desirable amenities. It’s situated within a park-like environment with a great window line. ” ■ CBRE completes two leases in Clinton, NJ

regional competition, Eisen- hower/280 Corporate Center, in Roseland, has received “The Outstanding Building of the Year” (TOBY) award in the Suburban Office Park – Low Rise Division category from the Middle Atlantic Regional Conference of the Building Owners andManag- ers Association (“BOMA”). The award was presented at the Middle Atlantic Re- gional Awards Dinner at The Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh, PA. The TOBY

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