Denholtz Associates Signs Renewals with Two Companies at Hamilton Business Park

Hamilton, N.J. (September 19, 2018) – Denholtz Associates announces two office space lease renewals with Diedre Moire Corporation, Inc. for 4,290 square feet and Lakeview Child Center, Inc. for 8,896 square feet at 500 Horizon Drive in the Horizon Center in Hamilton, N.J.

Acquired earlier this year in a deal from Mack-Cali, the Horizon Center portfolio consists of several office/flex properties including six buildings and two development sites, totaling 236,284 square feet. Other properties in the Horizon portfolio include 2 South Gold Drive, 100 Horizon Drive, 200 Horizon Drive, 300 Horizon Drive and 500 Horizon Drive, as well as the land sites at 5 and 6 AAA Drive.

The Horizon Center is well situated just outside of the Princeton, N.J. area, with easy access to roadways such as the New Jersey Turnpike and Routes 1 and 130, as well as a number of mass transportation options. Located just across from the Horizon Center lies the Hamilton Marketplace, a 959,900-square-foot retail center housing national brands such as Barnes & Noble, Lowe’s, Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more. In addition, a variety of other shopping, banking, restaurant and hotel options are located within close proximity.

The two renewals showcase the unique flexibility of this modern, well-located office/flex park and its ability to continue to attract quality tenants. Diedre Moire is a leading recruiter of technical professionals and senior executives, successfully filling thousands of positions for clients worldwide. For over 30 years, Lakeview Child Center has provided exceptional care for Mercer County families. With all locations accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Lakeview Child Center is committed to staying ahead of the highest standards in early childhood education.

“Our acquisition strategy relies heavily upon finding properties that we see as well-suited to a wide variety of uses that will make them ideal multi-tenant spaces,” said Kristine B. Hurlbut, Senior Vice President of Leasing at Denholtz Associates. “This strategy, coupled with our in-house capabilities and superior tenant service, enables us to attract both new tenants and retain our current ones at each of the properties in our investment portfolio. Our acquisition and continued strong leasing activity at the Horizon Center represent a perfect distillation of this strategy and we look forward to continuing to create a perfect home for Mercer County’s strong business community.”

Stephen Tolkach and Robert Loderstedt of Newmark Real Estate of Princeton LLC represented Denholtz Associates in both transactions.