Marc Trevisan, David Sherman, David DeMatteis and Dan Johnsen ofCushman & Wakefield's East Rutherford office are heading theassignment.


The landmark blue glass building, which sits at the junction ofRoute 3 and the Garden State Parkway, is available in its entiretyfor single- or multi-tenant use. Two upper stories feature nearly95,000-square-foot floor plates with 22-foot clear ceilings. Alower level houses a full-service cafeteria, fitness center withlocker rooms, conference facilities and storage.


"The opportunity to lease at 1255 Broad St. already is stirringup significant interest," Johnsen tells "This is aninstitutionally owned and well-maintained property with highvisibility in one of New Jersey's established commercial hubs."


Johnsen also notes that the building layout features three pods,each including its own lobby entrance. This design easily dividesinto 20,000-square-foot floor plates with four walls offloor-to-ceiling glass. Along with newly updated common areas, theoffice includes multiple fiber providers, redundant electric withan onsite generator, parking with an executive garage and masstransit access.

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