Larken Associates negotiates lease with NYC-based marketing firm for temporary office space in Princeton

Larken Associates has negotiated an 800-square-foot short-term lease with a New York City-based marketing and consulting firm at their Montgomery Commons office campus in Princeton.PHOTO COURTESY OF R&J STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS
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Larken Associates has negotiated an 800-square-foot short-term lease with a New York City-based marketing and consulting firm at their Montgomery Commons office campus in Princeton.PHOTO COURTESY OF R&J STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS

Larken Associates has negotiated an 800-square-foot short-term lease with a New York City-based marketing and consulting firm at their Montgomery Commons office campus located at the intersection of Route 206 and Applegate Road in Princeton.

Currently based in midtown Manhattan, the marketing firm employees more than 75 consultants that work with a wide range of national brands to create memorable marketing campaigns tailored to Generation Z. As the company planned their return to a physical workplace following COVID-19, they knew that the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic in New York City made a return to their midtown office unlikely in the next several months. The firm identified Larken’s Montgomery Commons as an ideal space to house a temporary office while New York City rebounds from the COVID-19 outbreak, according to a prepared statement from R&J Strategic Communications.

Situated off of Route 206 a few short miles north of downtown Princeton and less than a mile from the Princeton Airport, Montgomery Commons is a 59,000-square-foot, nine-building office complex offering flexible and modern office spaces tailored to the needs of businesses of all types. Complimenting the complex’s timeless Colonial Williamsburg-style design, it also boasts offices with private entrances, bathrooms, and kitchenettes, as well as dedicated, individual HVAC units for each suite to provide tenants and their employees with enhanced peace of mind as they seek to return to their office spaces, according to the statement.

“While the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on the broader New York City office market remain to be seen, we expect elevated interest from NYC-based companies looking to New Jersey’s diverse slate of suburban office stock as a temporary home while the city recovers,” Rob Marek, executive vice resident of Raider Realty, the in-house brokerage division of Larken Associates, said in the statement. “We are happy to help companies secure temporary or alternative space solutions to ensure they can continue to operate during these unprecedented times.”

In addition to this transaction at Montgomery Commons, Larken Associates also negotiated a 1,260-square-foot lease with Princeton Spine.

Montgomery Commons currently has a wide range of spaces available for lease. To learn about leasing opportunities, visit www.larkenassociates.com/commercial-leasing/montgomery-commons/.