Avison Young’s principal and tri-state President Arthur Mirante II, senior vice president Timothy Cadigan and associates Richal Sullivan and John Recchia represented the tenant in the transaction.
“Alvin Ailey was seeking the ideal location to serve as a storage and build-out site for both local and international performances that also offered easy access into New York City, where the company is headquartered,” Mirante said. “We considered various locations, but in the end, Avison Young felt strongly that 1 County Road presented everything our client was looking for: a first-class, spacious warehouse in a northern New Jersey location that’s a 10-minute train ride into Midtown Manhattan. After seeing the site, Alvin Ailey also recognized the value and long-term potential of this move-in ready location and agreed to a 10-year lease commitment.”
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater will relocate from Long Island City and occupy the space at 1 County Road, Secaucus to store and build-out sets.
Bill Waxman and Kevin Dudley of CBRE represented the owner, Bhasin Properties, in the transaction.