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New Jersey Office & Workplace of the Future

New Development, Office Repositioning & Why Talent Continues to Drive the Office Dynamic

Event Ended On: Thursday February 20 2020

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

200 Wood Avenue South

200 Wood Avenue South is a three-story, 300,000 SF building set to be repositioned by SJP Properties. This Class A location will become the US headquarters for DSV Air & Sea, which leased the entire third floor of the building.

SJP will renovate the building lobby, install new elevators and construct state-of-the-art amenities including a full-service cafeteria, collaborative areas, fitness facility and outdoor dining and recreation areas. The building is complete with a three-story parking garage and monument signage opportunities. Primary and secondary central station power grids service the building, plus the entire building is backed up by generator.

Located directly off of Exit 131A of the Garden State Parkway, the property is within minutes of major highways including Routes 1 and 9, Interstate 287, and the New Jersey Turnpike. Easily accessible by mass transit, Metropark is one of the only three markets in New Jersey that offer mass transportation within walking distance.

Speakers

Tenant Demand & Design:

How do you attract the next wave of residents to grow the workforce in NJ? How are developers designing with tenants in mind?

Melanie Ciriaco
Bell Works Tenant Perspective!

Melanie Ciriaco

Group Scent Design Manager, IFF
Debra Tantleff

Debra Tantleff

Founding Principal, TANTUM Real Estate
Ryan Sanzari

Ryan Sanzari

COO, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises
Jeremy DeSane
Moderator

Jeremy DeSane

Director of Operations, Hillmann Consulting

Office Financing and Investment Strategy:

What are the Best Practices for Maximizing ROI?

Peter Bronsnick

Peter Bronsnick

EVP, SJP Properties
Jonathan Schultz

Jonathan Schultz

Managing Principal, Onyx Equities
David Wolfe

David Wolfe

Partner, Skoloff & Wolfe

Jonathan Meisel

Senior Vice President, CBRE

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
Tenant Demand & Design: How are Developers Building with Tenants in Mind
How do you attract residents to fuel NJ's Office Revolution?
9:15 AM
9:25 AM
Networking Break
9:25 AM
10:10 AM
Office Financing and Investment Strategy: What are the Best Practices for Maximizing ROI?
How To Win Investment In The NJ Office Space
10:10 AM
11:00 AM
Post-Event Networking

Venue/Parking

200 Wood Avenue South
Iselin, NJ 08830

Floor: 1st Floor

Parking Information: Free parking at venue
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Event Summary

New Jersey has always had a strong office market but recent numbers show great performance year-over-year. Part of this can be attribute to a push in medical office acquisitions as well as a dwindling availability of buildable land from industrial and multifamily demand.

How will the office market continue to perform in 2020? Will co-working see more sustained market capture as companies seek lease flexibility in a downturn? Where are companies locating to in the Garden State?

Find out all the answer and close some deals as Bisnow gathers the NJ Office leaders on Feb. 20, 2020. Share you comments, post your photos and ask questions using #Bisnownewjersey on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, and follow us at @Bisnow on Twitter for more news.

Please send any and all event questions to Tess Jones, Manager of East Coast event production at Tess.Jones@bisnow.com

See you there -- and don't forget your business cards!

 
 
 
  1. How much market absorption can be realistically expected in Northern New Jersey in 2020?
  2. Why hasn't co-working taken off in New Jersey compared to New York?
  3. What is the accurate value proposition for New Jersey's outdated suburban office campuses?
  4. What amenities are landlords prioritizing when repositioning a property?
  5. How do you attract the next wave of residents to grow the workforce in NJ?