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Final building ok'd in Allendale.

Allendale Corporate Center in Allendale, New Jersey, has received site-plan approvals for its final three buildings, announced Barry Poskanzer AIA of Ridgewood, New Jersey. Poskanzer is the architect and planner for the 55-acre high-tech office park developed by Allendale Associates.

The park will ultimately contain more than 550,000 square feet of space in eight buildings. To date, five single-story flex buildings including approximately 300,000 square feet have been completed and are nearly 100 percent occupied. The latest approval is for a 38,000-square-footstructure. Construction is expected to start before year-end. In addition, two buildings containing 111,000 and 115,000 square feet each have been approved and are ready for immediate construction.

The new building at Allendale Corporate Center is planned for six tenants, with shared entrances and loading docks.
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Title Annotation:commercial business park approved for construction in Allendale, New Jersey
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Oct 28, 1992
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