Renovations in full swing at One Woodbridge Center.
Jacobson, Goldfarb and Tanzman of Woodbridge, NJ is marketing this property. Currently, 70,000 square feet in the nine-story building is available, including three full floors. The entire eighth and ninth floors offer 40,000 square feet of contiguous space. The building is also ideal for tenants seeking as little as 2,500 square feet.
Located within the one million square-foot Woodbridge Center Shopping Mall complex, which is anchored by Lord & Taylor, Fortunoff, Sears and JC Penney, One Woodbridge Center is situated at the junction of Routes 1 and 9, The Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike. Additionally, within minutes of the building are Routes 1-287,440, 27 and 35, as well as the Metro Park Train Station. An abundance of retail complexes, including the upscale Menlo Park Mall whose anchors include Nordstroms and Macy's, is only one mile away. Outstanding restaurants and hotels are all within walking distance or a short drive from One Woodbridge Center as well. The Outerbridge Crossing to Staten Island, New York City and Newark International Airport are also within easy reach.
"One Woodbridge Center represents the best office opportunity in the Middlesex County market," said IGT Senior Vice President Paul Giannone, CCIM. Added Senior Vice President Robert Dinner, "Now is the ideal time to move to this property while rents remain at below market levels and the space is available for immediate occupancy, allowing prospective tenants to have first selection."
New ownership has committed to below market rent while the extensive building improvements are underway, so now is the time to act at One Woodbridge Center. Another plus is the property is being professionally managed by Koll, a national full service real estate company, therefore ensuring tenant needs are well taken care of at One Woodbridge Center.
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|Title Annotation:||One Woodbridge Center Drive; office building|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||May 14, 1997|
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