February 22, 2019
The OEM is shifting to a new location in the state, leasing 55,893sqft of a “class A office property” at 2 Gatehall in Parsippany.
According to GlobeSt, the new property will be dedicated to “back-house operations for the production print products, services and solutions firm.”
William O’Keefe, of Cushman and Wakefield, who represented the landlord in the brokering of the long-term lease, revealed that Ricoh chose the property following its recent multimillion-dollar renovation.
“Silverman Realty Group orchestrated a comprehensive improvement program to elevate 2 Gatehall’s position as a go-to address,” he declared. “This effort to attract high-end companies and build on an already impressive tenant roster is proving out.”
The redesigned building features a three-storey atrium lobby with “a new skylight installation” in addition to “an innovative, multipurpose furniture plan and modern finishes.”
It includes a “technology package and workspaces”, not to mention a new full-service café with hot and cold stations and an espresso bar. Also featured among the property’s amenities are a private yoga studio and state-of-the-art gymnasium.
In addition, 2 Gatehall enjoys a prime location, according to O’Keefe.
“This is the heart of Morris County’s business corridor,” he explained. “Within it, 2 Gatehall sits at the intersection of Routes 10 and 202, just minutes away from I-287 and I-80, providing multiple access points from both main thoroughfares and congestion-free back roads. Nearby train and bus services, retail, restaurants and hotels—including an adjacent Residence Inn—add to its appeal.”
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