“We are proud that Daiichi Sankyo recognized this outstanding property as its new home.” Avaya, which sold the property to affiliates of Rubenstein and Onyx in 2013, then leased back a portion, had signed a long-term lease in 2014.The company was not immediately available for comment.• More women taking over doctor's offices, survey finds • Redwood Realty closes sale of two N. complexes • Former Winick Realty exec opens own firm • N. Realtors cuts ribbon on new Trenton headquarters Follow @acerimrat Eric Strauss is the digital content editor for NJBIZ.
Is Coca Cola USA planning to consolidate the Coca Cola Refreshment business and other Atlanta locations in a new office location as reported in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
They would join other major Atlanta companies who are consolidating facilities and operations to save money and increase efficiency. recently announced that they were consolidating their retail and financial operations located in Connecticut with their Atlanta based headquarters location.
Cox Enterprises is continuing their real estate consolidation strategy with the development of a new office building to house business units spread over multiple buildings.
is consolidating its New Jersey facilities in a new U. headquarters in Basking Ridge, it announced Monday. “Uniting our New Jersey-based personnel into a single location not only makes us more efficient, but it will also further strengthen collaboration among teams working across the entire life cycle of our medicines,” Dr.
subsidiary of global pharma firm Daiichi Sankyo Company Ltd., currently has its U. commercial departments headquartered in Parsippany and its U. The company will be moving both sites to 211 Mount Airy Road in Bernards, the longtime headquarters of Avaya Inc.
Glenn Gormley, chairman and president of Daiichi Sankyo Inc., said in a prepared statement. and Onyx Equities said Daiichi Sankyo signed a long-term lease for approximately 305,000 square feet.“We have enjoyed being a part of the Parsippany and Edison communities and we look forward to what the future holds in our new headquarters.” The company said it expects to maintain similar staffing levels in the two units after the consolidation. That would cover the entirety of the three-building campus, the owners said in a news release.“This is an exciting transaction, and we’re pleased to welcome Daiichi Sankyo to the property,” Stephen Card, principal and regional director of Mid-Atlantic for Rubenstein, said in a statement.“We continue to believe there is demand for high-quality, Class A, amenitized office space in established suburban markets with access to a highly educated workforce.” Daiichi Sankyo said the move is part of an ongoing effort to realize efficiencies and continue collaboration between its business segments.It said it expects to begin moving employees to the new site in 2017.“When Onyx and Rubenstein purchased 211 Mount Airy Road and decided to transform it into one of the best suburban office buildings in New Jersey, we were convinced that a great multinational company would identify our commitment to quality,” DJ Venn, Onyx’s senior vice president of asset management, said in a statement.