NAI Hanson helps bicycle manufacturer move operations to Fairfield

NAI James E. Hanson, a commercial real estate firm based in Teterboro, announced on Monday it has represented bicycle manufacturer and distributor Kent International in its move to Fairfield.

NAI Hanson’s Barry Cohorsky and LJ Koch represented Kent in its 23,875-square-foot industrial lease at 115 Route 46. Resource Realty‘s Greg Sabato represented the landlord, Richards & Robbins.

“Industrial space of all sizes remains in high demand across northern New Jersey, which makes the market increasingly more complex and challenging for businesses to navigate on their own,” Cohorsky said. “Behind our experience and unmatched knowledge of the local market, we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver on whatever our clients need in this challenging market.  Recognizing office space was a priority for Kent International, we knew 155 Route 46 would be a perfect fit for the company to relocate their operations and we were happy to partner with them to secure a space to ensure their continued growth.”

The property is a 40,400-square-foot industrial/flex building situated directly off Route 46. It is located within close access to routes 80, 23, 10 and 46, and interstates 287 and 155. It has amenities including 12,000 square feet of office space, a parking ratio of 2.5 spots per 1,000 square feet and three loading docks.