Denholtz Associates Signs Lease Renewal with Kleinfelder, Inc. at Newly Acquired Horizon Center

6.7.2018

Hamilton, N.J. (June 7, 2018) – Denholtz Associates has announced a lease renewal with Kleinfelder, Inc. for 15,896 square feet of office space in the Horizon Center located at 3 AAA Drive in Hamilton, N.J.

Recently acquired from the Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, the Horizon Center portfolio consists of several office/flex properties including six buildings and two development sites, totaling 236,284 square feet. One of the properties in the acquisition included 3 AAA Drive, a two-story, 31,652-square-foot office building. Other properties in the Horizon portfolio include 2 South Gold Drive, 100 Horizon Drive, 200 Horizon, Drive 300 Horizon Drive and 500 Horizon Drive, as well as the land sites at 5 and 6 AAA Drive.

Kleinfelder Inc., an architecture, engineering, and science consulting firm, currently utilizes Suite 101 at 3 AAA Drive in Hamilton, N.J. as one of their eastern U.S. office locations. With more than 60 locations across the United States, Canada and Australia, Kleinfelder Inc. offers solutions to help their clients efficiently execute transportation, water, energy and other private infrastructure projects.

The Horizon Center is well situated just outside of the Princeton, N.J. area, with easy access to roadways such as the New Jersey Turnpike and Routes 1 and 130, as well as mass transportation options. Located just across the Horizon lies the Hamilton Marketplace, a 959,900-square-foot retail center housing national brands such as Barnes & Noble, Lowe’s, Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more. In addition, a variety of other shopping, banking, restaurant and hotel options are located within close proximity.

“It’s our focus at Denholtz Associates to achieve and maintain a high level of tenant retention across our portfolio,” said Kristine Hurlbut, Senior Vice President of Leasing at Denholtz Associates. “Our dedication to an extraordinary tenant experience coupled with the strategic location of the Horizon Center will allow us to continue to attract tenants and sustain high occupancy, while successfully executing our multi-tenant strategy for the newest addition to our investment portfolio.”

Stephen Tolkach of Newmark Real Estate of Princeton LLC represented Denholtz Associates, while Peter Politi of Jones Lang LaSalle – Iselin represented Kleinfelder, Inc. in this transaction.