IRVINGTON, NJ—Electronic Technology Inc., anelectronic design and systems integration firm serving the utilityand industrial market, has leased 24,235 square feet at 20940th Street in Irvington, NJ. BusselRealty's senior vice president HerbZimmerman was responsible for the transaction andrepresented the tenant. NAI Hanson represented theowner.

ETI is expanding in New Jersey and we wereable to locate a facility near their present operations inIrvington,” says Zimmerman. “They will nowbe better able to service their customers while retaining all oftheir employees.”

Totaling 44,311 square feet, 209 40thStreet is an industrial property offering 22-footceilings, four loading docks and one drive-in loading door, wetsprinklers, and 32 parking spaces. The building is in closeproximity to I-78, the Garden State Parkway and New JerseyTurnpike.

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