NAI James E. Hanson helps bring autism therapy facility to Union

NAI James E. Hanson negotiated a lease for 4,000 square feet of medical space to Kaleidoscope Family Solutions, according to a Thursday announcement.

NAI Hanson’s Andrew Kirshenbaum represented the landlord, the Robbins Agency, in the transaction.

Based in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, KFS is a privately-owned provider of services to individuals with disabilities. Since its inception in 2004, KFS’ 12 centers on the East Coast have focused on in-home and in-community services that promote the healthy development of children, adults and families through one-on-one behavioral, educational and daily-living supports. More specifically, Kaleidoscope Family Solutions provides Applied Behavioral Analysis therapy to children with autism ages 2 through 8.

KFS’s new location at 2780 Morris Ave. will be utilized to provide one-on-one therapy to patients in the Union area and expand its presence to six locations in New Jersey.

With in-home and in-community treatment in mind, KFS’ leadership recognized that the office offered an ideal location, as it sits at the crossroads of Union, Essex and Morris counties. It also features ample parking, and close proximity to Children’s Specialized Hospital’s new outpatient center, the Kenneth Esdale Pavilion.

“Finding suitable locations to practice specific therapy techniques can be difficult for tenants in northern New Jersey’s health care market,” Kirshenbaum said. “However, deals such as this help to illustrate our market knowledge and continued success in helping tenants, such as Kaleidoscope Family Solutions, find spaces that fit their unique needs and bring their valuable work to communities in need.”