Englewood, N.J. (October 24, 2019) – NAI James E. Hanson announces it has negotiated a lease for 3,900 square feet of retail space at 28-46 South Dean Street in Englewood, N.J. NAI James E. Hanson’s Ronald Fotiu and Anthony Cassano represented the landlord, JPM 2006 – LDP8 24-42 S. Dean St., in the transaction with the tenant, TS (Tiger Schulmann) of Englewood, INC.

Featuring a strategic location with 315 feet of frontage that offers excellent visibility, 28-46 South Dean Street is a two-story 41,000-square-foot mixed-use building with flexible configurations to suit the space needs of tenants ranging in size from 2,506 square feet up to 9,896 square feet. Anchored by New York Sports Club which occupies 20,500 square feet on the second floor, the building also boasts an attached 435-space indoor parking garage, offering added convenience to tenants and customers.

Established in 1984, Tiger Schulmann’s Martial Arts trains thousands of men, women and children weekly. As the largest martial arts school in America, Tiger Schulmann’s MMA has several locations across the east coast in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Searching for a space with increased visibility and a larger footprint, Tiger Schulmann was attracted to 28-46 South Dean Street’s modern, expansive space that would allow them to continue to teach the local community and expand their full-service martial arts studio.

“When it comes to site selection, increased visibility and flexibility are among the top priorities for retail and office businesses,” said Fotiu. “28-46 South Dean Street has both attributes which make it an ideal location for retail and office tenants to enhance their market position and engage prospective customers within the local community.  We were pleased to leverage our deep market expertise to market this space and help our client secure a quality tenant for their unique property.”

“With a variety of spaces available, 28-46 South Dean Street presents a tremendous opportunity for tenants ranging from retail to office and medical users, added Cassano. “The strong area demographics and the property’s modern design effectively position businesses like Tiger Schulmann of Englewood for sustained growth in a well-located, highly visible area of town.”

Currently, 28-46 South Dean Street has two units left, both adjacent to Blue Mercury—an end cap with 2,506 square feet available and a unit with 2,270 square feet available. For more information on leasing opportunities, please contact Ronald A. Fotiu at 201-488-5800 x124 or rfotiu@naihanson.com or Anthony J. Cassano at 201-488-5800 x146 or acassano@naihanson.com.