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Office Redevelopment

17-17 Route 208

Fair Lawn, New Jersey

An address in motion.

17-17 is at the intersection of life and work, suburban and urban environments, and public transportation and driving access. Its location is perfectly positioned for business, enhanced by an activated internal and external ecosystem. Within, features and benefits include a grab-and-go café; shared conference room; responsive, on-site property management and ownership; complimentary Wi-Fi; advanced fiber optics for highspeed communications; a stunning atrium lobby; and generous surface parking with underground executive parking for 114 cars. The surrounding area boasts hotels, dining, and retail—all in a greater landscape of amenities.

Forward momentum.

Fair Lawn is 12 miles west of the George Washington Bridge, and offers a growing public school district, more than a dozen parks, and ideal residential neighborhoods that business executives call home. Fair Lawn’s two rail stations, Radburn and Broadway, are on New Jersey Transit’s Bergen County Line. Traveling to Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan takes about 50 minutes. It is regularly rated among the best cities in New Jersey, and given its ease of access, downtown Fair Lawn has the makings of a transit-oriented village.

Fair Lawn is waking up. It is shedding off its reputation as an older, sleepy town and coming into its own as a place brimming with energy and growth.

Let’s talk.

Tom Sklow
(610) 980 7000

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