Alfred Sanzari Enterprises defined Tuesday it negotiated a lease renewal with Phoenix Aromas & Important Oils for a 79,466-square-foot industrial room in Norwood.
Alfred Sanzari Enterprises was represented by Steve Jennings, vp, leasing and promoting and advertising and marketing, at Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, and the tenant was represented by Mitch Helfman of MRH Actual Property Options within the transaction.
Positioned at 355 Chestnut St., the Sanzari-produced making capabilities 6 loading docks and 20-foot obvious ceiling heights. The establishing is properly-situated with proximity to the Palisades Interstate Parkway and New York Level out Thruway and is effortlessly out there to the Again backyard State Parkway and Interstate 287, as correctly because the George Washington Bridge and the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.
Phoenix Aromas & Necessary Oils has grown considerably all through its time headquartered at 355 Chestnut St. Starting with 24,391 sq. ft in 2001, the corporate’s enlargement of its locations of labor, resolution labs and warehouse/distribution amenities has enabled it to triple its place on the making.
“355 Chestnut has regularly bolstered its place as an in-demand from prospects making that has not solely attracted prime quality tenants, however has retained them for a few years,” Jennings defined. “We need Phoenix Aromas & Important Oils ongoing development and outcomes for fairly a number of a few years to return as they enter their twenty first 12 months of firm inside simply the Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ Norwood portfolio.”
“Having put within the earlier 20 years offering buyers with the utmost fine quality fragrances, substances and flavors obtainable, we’re thrilled to be ready to develop inside our longtime family of 355 Chestnut,” acknowledged Jean-Paul Benveniste, CEO of Phoenix Aromas & Important Oils. “This house has facilitated the unimaginable good outcomes of our enterprise, and we truly glimpse ahead to persevering with to headquarter our firm on the establishing as we execute our extensive-term progress plans.”