Major Accounting Firm Leases Office Space In Woobridge

WOODBRIDGE — EisnerAmper, one of the country’s largest accounting, tax and advisory firms, has leased 87,000-square-feet of office space at MetroTop Plaza II, a newly constructed 255,000-square-foot class A office building in Woodbridge, according to Commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

EisnerAmper will consolidate most of its people from multiple New Jersey offices at MetroTop Plaza II, taking all of the 10-story building’s sixth and seventh floors, and portions of the first and eighth floors for a term of more than 15 years.

The Edison-based Cushman & Wakefield team of Paul Giannone, Kevin Carton and Eric Sobel represented the ownership, Atlantic Realty & Development Corp. EisnerAmper was represented in the transaction by David Simson and Mark Weiss of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s New Jersey and New York offices respectively.

“The region’s office market has improved significantly, but a combination of economic reasons continues to drive activity,” Giannone said. “Many companies are either consolidating or relocating for cost-related reasons, including a more central location at a transportation hub for the benefit of employees.”

MetroTop Plaza II and its 90,000-square-foot, completely renovated companion Plaza I, are situated just off the Garden State Parkway and within walking distance of the MetroPark Train Station, served by Amtrak and New Jersey Transit.

“This is one of the most outstanding, efficient and well-located buildings in New Jersey, a fact that has clearly been demonstrated by the recent leasing activity,” said Giannone. “A 70,000-square-foot block of space remains to be filled, and we will have an announcement very shortly that will complete the building’s lease-up.”

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