MAHWAH, NJ-Grubb & Ellis Co.’s John Beers and CraigFitzpatrick, both senior vice presidents at the company’s OfficeGroup, represented TIAA-CREF in leasing 725 Darlington Ave., a167,424 -square-foot industrial flex building here, to Net-A-PorterLLC. Jason Goldman, Andrew Siemsen, Frank Caccavo and Owen Hane ofCushman & Wakefield represented Net-A-Porter in thetransaction.

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The building will serve as the online luxury fashion retailer’sNorth American headquarters for Internet sales as well as awarehouse and distribution facility. The company signed a long-termlease and will take occupancy in November.

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“During the transaction, Net-A-Porter was attracted to thisbuilding because of its excellent design, corporate neighbors andthe strength of its institutional ownership,” Beers said in astatement. “Together, these aspects reflect the fashion company’scorporate image as a world-class provider of quality products andservice, which was a top priority when searching for theirheadquarters space.”

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