Located at 100 Enterprise Drive, the Class A, seven-story, 237,087-square-foot office building is owned by Northbridge Capital Inc., which recently completed repositioning of the property, which features a two-story atrium lobby and reflective glass and granite façade. The renovations modernized the main lobby and elevators with a bright and airy design and easy-to-follow wayfinding, revived common corridors and upgraded bathrooms throughout the building. The covered parking deck has been improved to increase visibility, safety and connectivity.
Caring Partners, a nonprofit organization, will relocate its corporate headquarters from Mount Arlington to 18,961 square feet on the second floor.
Consolidated Chassis Management, an intermodal supply chain company, leased 11,104 square feet of space on the sixth floor of the property and will relocate its operations management division from Budd Lake.
And Enablx, a customer service solutions company, leased 4,172 square feet on the fifth floor in a relocation from Randolph.
JLL Executive Vice President Chris Conklin, Managing Director Dan Spero and Brokerage Coordinator Maria Casaliggi represented Northbridge Capital in the long-term transactions. Trevor Patterson, associate director with Newmark, represented Consolidated Chassis Management.
“The pandemic has dramatically changed work patterns and the workplace itself,” Conklin said. “The recent leasing success at the Mark is the result of a thoughtful repositioning that creates a superior employee experience in a well-located, high-quality suburban office building.”
“Recent investments have transformed the property into sleek and dynamic contemporary workspace,” Spero added. “We anticipate that the Mark will experience continued leasing momentum as tenants and employees reengage in the workplace.”
Vicky Wang, senior vice president at Northbridge Capital, said: “We are thrilled to welcome these three new tenants to the Mark, and we look forward to welcoming companies seeking office space that is appealing to a workforce demanding an increased commitment to quality of life at work. We also strive to provide turnkey solutions that make the tenant relocation process as smooth as possible.”
Located in the northern portion of Morris County, Rockaway is approximately 35 miles west of New York City and flanked by two major thoroughfares: Interstate 80 and Route 46. The area is a recognized hub for the biotechnology industry, with global companies including Novartis calling the county home. It has an information technology industry that supports over 22,000 jobs and its deep reservoir of skilled talent has attracted leaders in the aerospace and defense sectors, including General Dynamics and L-3 Space & Navigation.