JLL announced on Thursday that Brother International Corp. is taking up more space in Bridgewater.
The electronics and technology company signed a lease extension for 101,724 square feet at the Class A, 298,911-square-foot office building located at 200 Bridgewater Crossing, 200 Crossing Blvd., JLL said.
JLL’s Andrew Zezas and Scott Lesh, managing directors; and Brian Davidson, senior vice president; represented Brother International in the deal. Avison Young‘s William McCaffrey, principal, represented the building owner, Piedmont Office Realty Trust.
“By extending its North American headquarters lease, Brother International was able to secure a longer-term real estate solution, on favorable terms, that supports the company’s operating and finance objectives,” Zezas said. “We are extremely pleased to have advised and represented Brother International, and to have provided guidance to the company’s CFO and leadership team, in planning and executing this important and timely engagement.”
Constructed in 2002, the eight-story building is comprised of two duplicate office buildings at 200 and 400 Crossing Blvd., located at the intersection of Route 22 and Commons Wa, and within close access to Route 287. It features amenities such as a cafeteria, fitness center, conference center, ATM, on-site helipad, on-site security and property management, a solar panel array, and an energy management system.
Brother International will continue to occupy the fourth through sixth floors of the building.
“The transaction JLL completed on behalf of Brother International enhances the company’s ability to improve its North American headquarters facility and provide a quality office environment for its employees.” Lesh said.