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Zimmel inks four leases at Raritan Center

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Brokerage firm Zimmel Associates announced it has inked four office leases at the Raritan Center in Edison. The leases total 45,307 square feet and were arranged by David Zimmel, CEO of the brokerage firm. 

Amwins Group Brokerage of New Jersey signed a lease for 35,000 square feet at 105 Fieldcrest Avenue. The insurance company will occupy the second floor of the property. 

At 1090 George’s Post Road, Zimmel brokered three other transactions. DPR Construction leased 5,300 square feet while Harbor Group consulting and Tradesmen International leased 2,500 square feet and 2,507 square feet respectively. 

"Amwins is a long-term client," Zimmel said. “They were looking to consolidate three New Jersey offices into a single location and 105 Fieldcrest Ave is a great choice for them. It is a beautiful, updated, Class-A office building with an on-site, full service cafeteria.”

CBRE represented DPR Construction in the transaction. 

Zimmel Associates represents Denholtz Associates, the owner of the Raritan Center, on an exclusive basis. 

“Featuring quick access to I-287 the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, Raritan Center is a master-planned, mixed-use business park that is home to hundreds of companies,” Zimmel said in a news release. “Business amenities include restaurants, hotels, and banks, and regional shipping centers for Federal Express and United Parcel Service.”

The Raritan Center is 20 miles from New York City and 15 miles from Newark Airport. 

Zimmel inks four leases at Raritan Center

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Mario Marroquin

Mario Marroquin

Mario Marroquin covers real estate. A native of El Salvador, Mario is bilingual in English and Spanish. He graduated from Penn State University and worked in Pennsylvania before moving to New Jersey. His email is mariom@njbiz.com.

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