Stone distributor displaced by fire finds new home for regional facility, NAI Hanson says

A marble and stone distributor displaced by a 2020 fire in Englewood Cliffs has found a new home in Teaneck, according to real estate firm NAI James E. Hanson.

NAI Hanson negotiated a 12,876-square-foot industrial lease at 475 Alfred Ave. for EDM USA Inc., which had been located on Bancker Street in Englewood Cliffs before the building was rendered unusable due to fire. The Teaneck location will serve as the international company’s regional warehousing and distribution center.

NAI Hanson’s Kenneth Lundberg, Patrick Lennon, Steve Pastor and Lorenzo Lambiase represented landlord 475 Alfred Ave. LLC in the transaction. Chaus Realty represented the tenant.

“Our understanding of the Bergen County market, coupled with our flexibility and creativity continues to ensure we can provide unparalleled service to clients no matter their real estate needs,” Lundberg said in a prepared statement. “Although the circumstances around EDM USA’s relocation were less-than-desirable, we were happy to work with them to quickly secure a new space that fit their needs and ensure minimal disruptions to their business.”

The property is a 102,045-square-foot, two-story industrial facility that is currently fully occupied. A 31,963-square-foot unit is opening up by year-end, NAI Hanson noted.