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Avison Young to exclusively lease corporate complex in Elmwood Park

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Morristown-based commercial real estate firm Avison Young, announced Thursday it has been selected as the exclusive leasing agent for a three-building, Class A corporate complex on River Road in Elmwood Park.

According to the announcement, the complex, located off Route 80 at 619 River Drive and 200 Riverfront Blvd., serves as a corporate headquarters of a Fortune 500 company, the North American headquarters of a European digital imaging company, the headquarters of one of New Jersey’s largest savings banks and the headquarters of a national civil engineering firm.

The Avison team of Jeffrey L. Heller, principal and managing director of the firm’s New Jersey office, along with Senior Vice President Thomas G. Semler and Senior Vice President Patrick R. Eichner, is managing the assignment on behalf of the owner.

“The three office buildings in this portfolio offer highly competitive space opportunities for businesses seeking to establish a presence in a centralized location without sacrificing quality or amenities,” Eichner said in a prepared statement. “Further, ownership is headquartered at 200 Riverfront Blvd., which ensures that tenants will benefit from responsive on-site management and ownership’s commitment to maintaining these buildings’ strong market position.”

Semler said in a prepared statement, “With newly constructed, high-end residential development as part of the complex, the available development site we are marketing presents a great opportunity for a hotel operator or build-to-suit office tenant to take advantage of the area’s continued growth.”

The firm is currently marketing space ranging from 1,250 square feet up to 65,000 square feet at the three-building property, the announcement said.

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