Owens-Corning, others sign leases at Heights Plaza.Roger van Voorhees, vice president of leasing and marketing for Alfred Sanzari Enterprises of Hackensack, New Jersey, has announced that Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation has signed a seven year lease at Heights Plaza in Hasbrouck Heights Hasbrouck Heights (hăz`brk), borough (1990 pop. 11,488), Bergen co., NE N.J., a residential suburb adjoining Hackensack; settled c.1685, inc. 1894. .
Edward S. Gordon Company of New Jersey represented the tenant. Cushman and Wakefield of New Jersey represented the landlord.
The Ohio-based manufacturer of insulation materials and industrial supplies will occupy 3,168 square feet on the third floor of the award-winning corporate structure.
Van Voorhees also announced that two other tenants have signed leases at Heights Plaza, those being, the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers, Inc., which occupies 2,500 square feet on the fifth floor; and CSC Compusource, Inc., a computer consulting firm Noun 1. consulting firm - a firm of experts providing professional advice to an organization for a fee
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The three leases raise the occupancy of Heights Plaza to 83 percent.
Situated at the intersection of Routes 17 and 80 on Terrace Avenue, Heights Plaza features 200,000 square feet of Class A office space on six floors. The building's prime location is less than five minutes from Routes 3 and 46, 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". , the New Jersey Turnpike
Several tenants have recently consummated renewal leases. Among them are: Mita Copystar of America, Incorporated, which occupies 32,931 square feet; Tandem Computers, Inc., which occupies 29,461 square feet; Transamerica Flood Hazard Certification, which expanded its office to 24,800 square feet; Chase Manhattan Corporation The Chase Manhattan Corporation was a bank holding company formed as parent of the Chase Manhattan Bank.
During its time as the parent company, it was led in succession by David Rockefeller, Willard C. Butcher, and Thomas G. Labrecque. , which occupies 7,000 square feet; and Uniroyal Goodrich Tire Company, which occupies 2,322 square feet.