CBRE said in a news release that its Jon Williams and Mike Nieliwodski will handle the campaign for the 146,000-square-foot, Class A office property at 67 E. Park Place.
“The recently completed renovations at 1776 on the Green, including a new lobby, rooftop deck and enhanced amenity spaces, have created a modern aesthetic and a distinct office experience for tenants, their employees and guests,” Williams, a senior vice president, said in a prepared statement.
Williams, who is leading his third assignment for Vision, said the building has recently added David Burke’s latest concept restaurant, 1776, and a Top Golf Swing Suite.
“What we offer at 1776 on the Green is an institutional-quality asset in an unrivaled downtown suburban setting,” Vision co-founder and Managing Partner Sam Morreale said in a statement. “The enhanced tenant experience by way of immediate Morristown Green presence and access to shops and dining is a proven combination for success. We look forward to another successful experience with CBRE.”
Availabilities include a first-floor space with potential for signage and a dedicated entrance to the renovated Pioneer Park, as well as a full-floor availability and two 6,000-square-foot options with direct access to a new lounge and rooftop deck, CBRE said.
The property is currently 73% occupied by tenants including Wells Fargo, Becker & Poliakoff P.A. and Benjamin F. Edwards & Co., among others.