A co-working space company, WorkSocial, has signed a lease at an office tower in Jersey City's downtown to use as shared space, according to real estate services firm CBRE Group Inc.
The company has signed a lease for 6,000 square feet at 111 Town Square Place, a 15-story, Class A property, CBRE said recently.
“This space enables us to provide businesses in the Jersey City area with a flexible work environment that encourages and facilitates collaboration between leading innovators,” Natasha Mohan, WorkSocial’s CEO, said in a prepared statement. “We find Jersey City’s vibrant downtown to be extremely conducive to this mission, as it’s an attractive locale for today’s office occupier, which values a walkable, transit-oriented environment.”
Ronald Volk, a vice president in CBRE’s New Jersey office, represented WorkSocial in the transaction.
“WorkSocial is attracting a number of forward-thinking employees and firms that are seeking a flexible and amenities-rich work environment, making 111 Town Square Place ideally suited to fit the company’s needs,” he said in a statement. “We’re happy to be able to help the company find a space that’s aligned with its mission of stimulating the intellectual and financial growth of entrepreneurs and business owners.”
LeFrak owns the property.