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Why Here?

Our Competitive Strengths & Value Proposition

  1. Leasing rates at a 30% discount to retail space in New Providence & office space in Summit.
  2. One of few buildings with large office space units in close proximity to downtown New Providence.
  3. Convenient and ample parking.
  4. Low common area factor with an average 7% less shared space than competition. Lowers effective economic rental rate and increases usable office space by 7%.
  5. Updated and highly efficient energy foot print. Lighting and equipment updated for operating efficiency.
  6. Updated IT infrastructure already in place. Two (12) strand fiber optic cables feed building for optimal outside communication service flexibility. Separate communications room in building.
  7. In each office Category 6 cabling with Berk-Tek LanMark 1000 installed. Tested and terminated with Leviton Patch Panels and Certified Category 6 components.
  8. Building management very responsive and the longest duration tenant in building.
  9. Entire building is approved for medical use.
  10. Stability & Sustainability: Average Tenancy in excess of 10 years.

Why locate in New Providence?

Business Community

New Providence is a warm and welcoming community where you’ll find friendly store owners and nice neighbors. We boast a vibrant downtown business district,which has recently completed a $1.5 million streetscape project. We are very proud of our fine specialty shops and incredible restaurants. Visit the New Providence Business & Professional Association website for an online Business & Services Directory.

Fortune 500 Neighbors

In addition to our local businesses and professionals, corporate businesses include companies with worldwide reputations in their field. New Providence hosts corporate and executive offices which include C.R. Bard (leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of health care products), Martindale Hubbell (one of the world’s top publishing and information companies), The Linde Group (worldwide industrial gases, vacuum technologies and distribution services company), NJ Sharing Network, and Alcatel-Lucent.


Service on the New Jersey Transit Gladstone Branch of the Morris & Essex Lines is available at the New Providence and Murray Hill stations, offering service to Hoboken Terminal, Hoboken, NJ and to Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan, NY. Transportation to New York City in less than one hour is easily accessible with scheduled buses and two train stations to downtown and mid-town New York. Two Gladstone Branch trains each weekday morning offer one-seat rides to Manhattan, and two evening trains leave New York and stop at both of New Providence's stations on the way to Gladstone. All other rail service is to or from Hoboken. These trains connect at Summit or Newark Broad Street with Manhattan-bound trains. Lakeland Bus Lines offers weekday rush hour service from stops along Springfield Avenue to New York's Port Authority Bus Terminal. Newark Liberty International Airport is approximately sixteen miles east of New Providence.