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Hartz begins $1.3m project at Meadowlands building.

Hartz Mountain Industries, Inc. has begun a $1.3 million renovation of 333 Meadowlands Parkway, part of the company's Harmon Cove mixed-use development in Secaucus, NJ.

The improvements are part of Hartz's repositioning of its 2.7 million s/f Meadowlands office portfolio, which has also included an array of improvements at the nearby Harmon Meadow mixed use development.

The renovations and the overall repositioning come amidst a host of infrastructure improvements and redevelopment projects in the immediately surrounding area.

Less than a mile from the Secaucus Junction transfer station via shuttle bus, 333 Meadowlands Parkway will additionally be served by the New Jersey Turnpike's 15X interchange, currently under construction.

Hartz president and chief operating officer, Emanuel Stern, said, "Not only will 15X ease traffic congestion throughout the area, but it will create an additional entry point for the development, enhancing its value as an office location.

"Combined with the renovations we have under way, the unmatched access provided by Secaucus Junction and 15X make 333 Meadowlands Parkway a premier office building."

Plans for the 137,000 s/f 333 Meadowlands Parkway include a new faqade, a new lobby with murals and limestone accents and a new entrance canopy.

Granite vanities, full height ceramic wall tile and stone finish floor tiles will be added to the building's restrooms.

Additional plans for the area surrounding Secaucus Junction call for the construction of Allied Junction, a mixed-use development that will include a hotel/conference center.

Other improvements under way nearby include Encap Golf's redevelopment of over 700 acres and the redevelopment of the Continental Airlines Arena.

Recent transactions within Hartz's Meadowlands portfolio include a 66,031 s/f lease to North Fork Bank in Harmon Cove.

At the nearby Harmon Meadow, Hartz has upgraded that mixed-use development's retail component by adding Wal-Mart and SAM's Club as well as new restaurants such as Bonefish Grill, Cheeseburger in Paradise and Red Lobster, creating additional amenities for office users.

Harmon Meadow will also offer bus service to and from Secaucus Junction, beginning early next year.
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Title Annotation:Profile In Construction & Design; Hartz Mountain Industries
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Geographic Code:1U2NJ
Date:Dec 15, 2004
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