Real estate company Edison Properties said it is relocating its headquarters to Ironside Newark early next year.
Bloomfield-based law firm Pearlman & Miranda was also named as a new tenant for the property adjacent to Newark Penn Station, which Edison Properties began redeveloping in 2017.
Both companies will occupy the third floor of Ironside Newark, with Pearlman & Miranda taking 7,296 square feet and Edison Properties 39,709 square feet.
“Pearlman & Miranda’s move to Newark reinforces what all of us in Newark have known for some time — that our city is now a prime destination for 21st century businesses and workers alike,” Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said in a prepared statement.
Ironside Newark holds the distinction of having been the Brick City’s first speculative project in more than three decades. The building is currently 72 percent leased to companies including Mars Wrigley Confectionary, which has its North American headquarters there.