NAI James E. Hanson on Monday said it negotiated the sale of a 7,000-square-foot office building in Livingston.
Hanson’s Josh Levering, Andrew Kirshenbaum and William Ericksen represented the seller, Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges, which outgrew the space, and Commercial Realty Partners’ Joe Puleo represented the buyer, 139 McClellan Holdings.
Levering, Kirshenbaum and Erickson combined their resources and extensive experience within the Livingston market and found a buyer that intends to use the building to treat and teach children with autism and associated symptoms. The buyer felt that the building’s location and recent upgrades will be a perfect match for its intended use.
Located at 139 E. McClellan Ave., the asset is a freestanding office building featuring recent upgrades and improvements, including a new roof, new exterior LED lighting, a new in-ground sprinkler system and enhanced landscaping. With an excellent location, ample parking and immediate access to Interstates 280 and 80 and Route 46, the building is a short distance from a wide range of shopping, dining and hotel options.
“Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges had many opportunities to sell the building due to its great location and high-quality condition,” Levering said. “With that said, it was of the utmost importance to them to find a buyer that would use the building to provide important services to the Livingston community. We’re proud to have found the sellers a match they were comfortable with and continue this location’s history of providing important services to Livingston Township.”