Ground broken for Eagle Rock III in East Hanover, NJ.More than 150 real estate and business professionals recently joined local, county and state officials at the ground breaking celebration for Eagle Rock III, a 115,000 square-foot, Class A speculative office building now under construction on Eagle Rock Avenue in East Hanover East Hanover is the name of the following places in the United States of America:
Joint venture developers Sym Heller Associates and G. Heller Enterprises, along with exclusive agent Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey Inc., hosted the event, which included a luncheon and ceremony.
"We couldn't be more pleased with the reception this project has received," said Cary Heller, president of Sym Heller Associates. "As one of the state's first pure speculative projects in this decade, Eagle Rock III represents a true milestone in the real estate market."
Situated on 15 acres at Eagle Rock Executive Park, Eagle Rock III will feature three stories of office space, highlighted by a full-height atrium atrium (ā`trēəm), term for an interior court in Roman domestic architecture and also for a type of entrance court in early Christian churches. The Roman atrium was an unroofed or partially roofed area with rooms opening from it. lobby. The interior has been designed for maximum usage of the leasable space and will feature customized offices, state-of-the-art communications capabilities, fiber optics fiber optics, transmission of digitized messages or information by light pulses along hair-thin glass fibers. Each fiber is surrounded by a cladding having a high index of refractance so that the light is internally reflected and travels the length of the fiber , and upgraded electrical and HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning) In the home or small office with a handful of computers, HVAC is more for human comfort than the machines. In large datacenters, a humidity-free room with a steady, cool temperature is essential for the trouble-free capacities. The grounds include two scenic ponds, with plans for extensive landscaping and walking paths. Eagle Rock III will offer five parking spaces per every 1,000 square feet constructed.
Eagle Rock III sits at the border of Morris and Essex counties Essex County can refer to:
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The building will back up to I-280, near the Eisenhower Parkway Eisenhower Parkway is a highway in Essex County, New Jersey, located in the municipalities of Roseland and Livingston. Eisenhower Parkway dead ends at South Orange Avenue in Livingston and also dead ends just north of Interstate 280 in Roseland. interchange, offering opportunities for visible highway signage. The structure is expected to be ready for occupancy during the third quarter of 1998, shortly before the I-280/Edwards Road interchange will be completed. As a result, tenants at the property will have access to two full four-way interchanges within a mile of the site. Businesses located there will also benefit from proximity to Routes 80 and 46, as well as I-287 and the Garden State Parkway The Garden State Parkway is a 172.4-mile (277-km) limited-access toll parkway that stretches the length of New Jersey from the New York state line at Montvale, New Jersey, to Cape May at the southern tip of the state. Its name refers to the state nickname, the "Garden State". .
Eagle Rock III will complete development at Eagle Rock Executive Park, a four-building, 500,000 square-foot corporate campus on 50 acres. Three existing buildings are owned by Lincoln Equities Group, Reckson Associates and State Farm Insurance. The park's tenant roster includes such companies as AETNA, Ceridian, Federal Express and GMAC GMAC General Motors Acceptance Corporation
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Based in South Orange, NJ, Sym Heller Associates is a family-owned and operated real estate organization. The firm has owned and managed several million square feet of office, industrial and retail property during the past 40 years. G. Heller Enterprises is headed by former Hartz Mountain President Gene Helle, who built more than 35 million square feet of space during his career with Hartz. Since forming G. Heller Enterprises six years ago, he has developed more than two million square feet of commercial projects in New Jersey. The joint venture partnership benefits from the combined property management, development, and construction strengths of the two organizations.