Alfred Sanzari taps NAI Hanson to lease Hackensack Court Plaza

There’s a new leasing team at Class A office complex Court Plaza in Hackensack.

NAI James E. Hanson announced Nov. 16 it was tapped by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises as exclusive leasing brokerage for the 335,000-square-foot property located at 19, 21 and 25 Main St. in the Bergen County seat.

NAI Hanson Senior Vice President Andrew Somple, Vice President Jonathan Kristofich and Associate Jessica Curry will handle the assignment, along with Alfred Sanzari Enterprises Vice President and Director Jerry Barta and Leasing and Marketing Manager Carolina Gutierrez.

Owned, developed and managed by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, the three-building complex features a full-service cafeteria, fitness facility and common conference room for large meetings or trainings, as well as an on-site bank, dry cleaning services and 100% covered parking.

“Court Plaza’s unmatched location, wide range of amenities and walkability to all that downtown Hackensack has to offer is further enhanced by management from one of New Jersey’s most respected commercial real estate owners,” Somple said. “This combination creates an unmatched tenant experience for today’s businesses, and we are excited to showcase the many advantages of Court Plaza.”

The property has attracted professional services firms. After moving its office from Metropark to Court Plaza in January, law firm Offit Kurman PA expanded its footprint at 21 Main St. by more than 3,000 square feet just six months later. In 2022, longtime tenant Archer & Greiner PC renewed its lease for more than 22,000 square feet at 25 Main St.

Located downtown, the property is close to Hackensack University Medical Center, the Bergen County Courthouse and Administrative Complex as well as the South Hackensack industrial sector. Interstate 80; Routes 4, 17 and 46; New Jersey Turnpike; and Garden State Parkway are all accessible from Court Plaza, which is within walking distance to the NJ Transit Essex Street train station and the Hackensack Bus Depot.

“NAI James E. Hanson’s decades-long history in Hackensack closely mirrors our own,” Gutierrez said. “We are confident that their experience-backed local market knowledge will be a tremendous asset in helping us bring new tenants to Court Plaza.”

Both based in Hackensack, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises and NAI Hanson are each family-owned businesses, the former founded in 1945 and the latter in 1955.

According to Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ website, there are several immediate availabilities at the property, ranging from 1,030 square feet to upward of 9,000 square feet.

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Author: Jessica Perry