Please forward this error screen to 67. Please forward this national realty investment advisors secaucus screen to 67. BOSTON, MA – Marcus Partners, a value-oriented real estate investor, developer and operator, today announced the acquisition of 3170 Fairview Park, a 275,000 square foot Class A office complex formerly owned by CSRA, a leading provider of information technology services.

Completed as a sale-leaseback, CSRA will continue to occupy a portion of the property, while leaving approximately 100,000 square feet available for lease. Marcus Partners is planning a transformational capital improvement campaign at the property featuring the introduction of a next generation amenity package including a private fitness center, a headquarters quality café, a conference facility, and a unique, 100-seat stadium style auditorium. The campaign will also include the construction of a second office lobby designed by Gensler for a new tenant and modernization of the building common areas. Andrew Dolinsky, Regional Director of Marcus Partners’ Metro DC Office. We look forward to a long-term partnership with CSRA and being in a position to offer what will be a truly unique asset to additional tenants in the marketplace. The acquisition follows the recent opening of Marcus Partners’ Metro DC office, led by Andrew Dolinsky.

The firm’s on-the- ground presence was bolstered this summer by the addition of David Langol, a 28-year veteran of the DC market, and is further supported by Boston and Metro New York-based team members with deep experience in the region. Currently the team owns and manages over 800,000 square feet within the metro area. Stephen Dunn, CSRA’s Director of Workplace Environments. We’ve been impressed by their commitment to hands-on management, working creatively with tenants to help them meet complex needs, and always delivering on promises. Entrusting our headquarters to a third party was a significant decision but will enable us to offer employees a more modern, engaging, and collaborative environment. Leasing efforts at the property will be led by Ed Clark, Andrew Klaff, Stephen Hoffeditz, and Jeff Tarae of Newmark Knight Frank.

Year Career BOSTON, MA – Marcus Partners, a value-oriented real estate investor, developer and operator, today announced that Shawn Hurley will join the firm as President, effective September 1, 2017. Paul Marcus, Chief Executive Officer of Marcus Partners. He is a highly respected industry veteran with a deep and complementary skill set, demonstrated leadership acumen, and steadfast integrity. Shawn’s expertise will further diversify our capabilities and enhance our ability to create value for our investors, partners, and tenants.

We all look forward to welcoming him on board in September. CEO of Skanska USA Commercial Development, Mr. Hurley was responsible for setting the vision of the firm and managing the investment and development strategy in the U. He has particular experience in delivering highly innovative and sustainable office, residential, life science and mixed-use projects in markets across the country.

Hurley led the effort in the acquisition and development of 101 Seaport, a 440,000 square foot office building in Boston, MA anchored by PwC, which was sold in 2016. Hurley was responsible for the development of 2. Over the course of his 20-plus year career, Mr. 3 billion of commercial real estate. He began his career with Hines in Los Angeles.

I’ve known Paul for over 15 years and have great respect for what he and the firm have accomplished. Marcus Partners has a superb reputation as a successful value-oriented investor, developer and operator with an unwavering commitment to its investors and a disciplined approach to real estate investing. Hurley received a Master of Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Hurley is a member of the Advisory Board of the MIT Center for Real Estate. A Boston native, he resides in Newton, MA with his wife and two children. Services such as Uber and Lyft could help companies, especially those near public transportation and downtowns, brokers say. New Jersey office landlords have been sprucing up their properties with everything from food trucks to fitness centers to compete in an era when urban amenities are in vogue.

The latest enticement: Subsidies for digital ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft. 50 monthly credits for each tenant employee without a car to commute to Kearny Point, an ongoing project to redevelop historic shipyard buildings into office and light-industrial space in Kearny, N. 3 of a trip to or from its newly acquired office building just outside Morristown’s center in New Jersey. Fiore, a principal at Marcus Partners and head of the company’s New York metro region. We thought the flexibility of a ride-sharing program allows tenants and employees a strong connection to downtown.

While residential landlords nationwide have been testing similar programs, such incentives from office owners are relatively rare. Services such as Uber and Lyft could help New Jersey office landlords, especially those in areas that are a few minutes’ drive to public transportation and vibrant downtowns, real-estate brokers said. Subsidizing ride-hailing services also could help landlords attract tenants looking to pack more people into less office space, particularly in areas where parking is tight, brokers said. David Simson, a vice chairman at real-estate services firm Newmark Grubb Knight Frank. When you are in the suburbs, you run against the wall that is parking.