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Kia relocates NE sales office.

Kia Motors America, Inc. has plans to relocate its Northeast regional sales office to One Tower Center in East Brunswick, NJ from 3000 Atrium Way in Mount Laurel, NJ by the end of the year.

The automobile company has signed an 11,500 s/f lease in the Class A building, announced Studley, the company's commercial real estate advisor, which also consults with the firm on its industrial, supply-chain requirements on the West Coast.

"Location was the key factor in selecting this building," explained Studley's Gregg Najarian, corporate managing director. "It is situated directly off the New Jersey Turnpike at the confluence of Routes 1 and 18 and is centrally located to Kia Motors' regional network of dealerships, making them easily accessible to the company's sales professionals."

Najarian and David Kim, corporate managing director in Studley's Downtown Los Angeles office, represented Kia Motors in the transaction. The building owner, Boston Properties, Inc. was represented in-house.

"In addition to its location, One Tower Center offers Kia Motors state-of-the-art infrastructure, covered parking, a fitness center and excellent on-site amenities," added Kim.

"The move to East Brunswick puts us closer to the critical New York metropolitan market while giving us easy access to Philadelphia, also an important market for Kia," said Kia Motors' Michael Tocci, director of regional operations for the Eastern region.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Nov 28, 2007
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