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7/2/2015
NAI James E. Hanson Facilitates One-Year Lease Renewal at Paramus’ Country Club Plaza
NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, today announced that its client, Nelnet – a leader in providing interactive marketing solutions within the higher education sector – has renewed its lease for 8,032 square feet of office space at Country Club Plaza, 115 West Century Road, in Paramus, New Jersey.

7/1/2015
Sean Black, Former Managing Director at JLL, Joins Cushman & Wakefield
Cushman & Wakefield announced today that Sean Black, a former Managing Director at JLL, has joined Cushman & Wakefield as an Executive Director. Mr. Black is located in the firm’s world headquarters office in Midtown Manhattan.

7/1/2015
Eastern Consolidated Arranges Sale of Stake in Prime West Chelsea Luxury Rental for $44.2 Million
Eastern Consolidated has arranged the sale of a majority equity stake in High Line 537, a newly constructed, luxury rental building at 537 West 27th Street, less than a block from the High Line in West Chelsea. The interest in the property traded for $44.2 million.

7/1/2015
Cronheim Hotel Capital Finances Concord, NH Holiday Inn
Lisa McMahon and Andrew Stewart have arranged $5.984 million in financing for a 122-room Holiday Inn located in the heart of Concord, New Hampshire's capital city. The loan was structured for an affiliate of Chartwell Hotels, and features a 10 year term and 30-year amortization.

7/1/2015
New Jersey Office Market Continues to Rebound: Cushman & Wakefield 2nd Quarter Stats Available
The New Jersey office market picked up where it left off at the close of the first quarter of 2015, continuing to experience robust demand, declining vacancies and higher asking rents, reports Cushman & Wakefield. The commercial real estate services firm’s latest research findings indicate occupancy gains in many major submarkets as tenant demand easily offset new supply for the second straight quarter.

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