PARSIPPANY, NJ—Although the number of Fortune 500 companies headquartered in New Jersey dropped below 20, blue-chip tenants in a range of industries are at the forefront of the steady improvement of New Jersey’s office market, according to Transwestern’s Second-Quarter 2015 Office Market report.

“The continued improvement of the New Jersey office market is reflective of the state’s diversification and balance,” says James Postell, partner and city leader at Transwestern. “While the number of Fortune 500 companies headquartered in the state has decreased from 21, several remain extremely active in the state in various locations and industries.” 

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