The company signed for 9,065 square feet at 333 Washington St., a 51,307-square-foot office building on the Hudson waterfront, C&W said in a news release. The firm’s David DeMatteis and Mina Shehata represented the tenant in the transaction.
“We are thrilled to see Jersey City-based companies like Soltage choosing to expand their offices and commit to Jersey City long-term,” Shehata said in a prepared statement.
Added DeMatteis: “The Hudson waterfront is beginning to experience increased leasing velocity, as companies navigate their long-term office strategies for a post-pandemic world. The market is experiencing diversification and is poised for some great growth in the next few months.”