MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP, NJ — Chapin Leasing &Management has completed four lease transactions totaling94,000 square feet at Montville Corporate CentreIII. Located at 19 Chapin Road inthe Pine Brook section of Montville Township, the property is ownedby a joint venture partnership of AEW CapitalManagement and Chapin. AEW owns the property on behalf of one of itsinstitutional clients. Chapin also serves asexclusive leasing and management agent for the property.

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Montville Corporate Centre III consists of fourhigh-quality flex industrial buildings totaling 530,000 squarefeet. Located in the Eastern Morris industrialsubmarket, Montville Corporate Center offersimmediate access to the I-80/I- 280/Rt. 46 and I-287 interchangesand has access to several retail centers and officeheadquarters.

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Chapin's Joshua Meisnerexclusively represented AEW in the transactions,working collaboratively with each tenant's broker. Thetransactions included:

  • 34,000 square feet of flex/office space to Trane USInc. J.C. Giordono and ChrisConklin of Jones Lang LaSalle representedthe tenant.
  • 31,000 square feet of flex space to I.J. FisnarInc. Robert Adams of GardenState Realty represented the tenant.
  • 22,000 square feet of flex/industrial space to Polekand Polek. Scott Kraft of Allied Realtyrepresented the tenant.
  • 7,000 square feet of office space to a tenant that declined tobe identified.

These new tenants will join Doosan,Pitney Bowes Mail Services, RymaxMarketing Services, Samsung Electronics andRicoh, among others. Available suites at MontvilleCorporate Centre III range in size from 11,000 to 61,000square feet (divisible) of flex and office space. The largestcontiguous block of vacant flex space is 61,000 square feetconsisting of high finished office, with the flexibility ofconversion to 22-foot clear height warehouse. The corporatecampus features units of flex, office and industrial with private24/7 access to each tenant suite, minimum loss factor, and ampleparking.

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