Large-format printer leases space in S. Hackensack

A large-format printing company is coming to South Hackensack.

KDF Inc. will lease 10,674 square feet of space at 61-65 Worth St., announced NAI James E. Hanson, which arranged the deal.

The Rockleigh-based company specializes in vehicle wraps, three-dimensional displays, wall murals, banners and posters.

NAI Hanson’s Michael Walters and Fernando Garip represented the landlord, The Hampshire Cos., in the transaction.

The company was seeking a space that was centrally located in Bergen County to expand its business and would allow it to continue to service clients throughout the tri-state area.

The South Hackensack property has three drive-in doors and a 22-car parking area.

It is located in close proximity to routes 17 and 46, as well as Interstate 80, with direct access to New York City via the George Washington Bridge and the Garden State Parkway.

“Bergen County’s accessibility to major markets and existing stock of small-bay industrial assets has made it an in-demand location for a wide variety of users across different industries,” said Walters. “The 7,000- to 15,000-square-foot industrial asset class has seen heightened demand over the past several quarters due to the increased demand as e-commerce users continue to seek spaces of this type to fulfill their last-mile distribution needs. Due to this, we were able to work on behalf of our client to secure a premium rental rate while ensuring that KDF could continue to expand their business and fill orders.”