Connected & Cost Effective: Why Your Company Should Move to Newark

Amazon isn't the only company seeking a piece Newark real estate. Many large fintech and commercial brands are choosing Newark as a new home for expansion. In an article by Commerical Observer, explores why other companies see Newark as a hot commodity. Here's an excerpt: 

Other established, multinational companies have also turned to the city as a viable option for their corporate headquarters, including Audible Inc., an Amazon-owned company which employs 1,000 workers to produce and sell audio entertainment. Mars Wrigley Confectionary, the chocolate company behind M&M’s, recently announced that one of its U.S. headquarters will open in Newark by July of 2020, bringing with it about 500 new jobs to the city.

In December, Broadridge Financial Solutions, a fintech company that provides technical services to financial institutions moved 1,000 employees in December from Jersey City to 2 Gateway, a building in the heart of Newark. Standard Chartered Bank, a London-based institution, which provides financial products and services to corporations, is another company at 2 Gateway that recently signed a lease extension for 72,319-square-foot office space. The 2 Gateway building has also signed leases with other businesses across multiple industries in 2017, including one with award-winning architectural and design planning firm Minno & Wasko back in December. The list goes on.

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