Chester, N.J. (February 10, 2021) – NAI James E. Hanson announces it has negotiated a lease for a 4,582-square-foot office space at 6 Mill Ridge Lane in Chester, N.J. NAI James E. Hanson’s Joseph Vindigni, Randy Horning, MSRE, and Darren Lizzack, MSRE, represented the landlord, MGHC Group II LLC, and the tenant, CKW Wealth Management, in the transaction.
Centrally located in the town of Chester, 6 Mill Ridge Lane boasts easy accessibility to major transportation arteries such as US-206, US-46, and Interstates 287 and 80. Designed around the needs of professional tenants, the modern building features high-end interior finishes along with a professionally landscaped campus and maintained common area.
In addition to 6 Mill Ridge Lane, Vindigni also represents MGHC Group at 1 Mill Ridge Lane. Located just down the street from 6 Mill Ridge Lane, 1 Mill Ridge Lane is a two-story, 16,000-square-foot recently renovated office building boasting professionally maintained common areas and landscaping as well as a prime location with accessibility to Routes 46, 202, and 206 as well as Interstates 78, 80, and 287.
Operating out of offices in Sparta and Chester, CKW Wealth Management offers core and niche financial and wealth management services to growth-oriented clients across New Jersey. Vindigni had previously worked with CKW Wealth Management to secure an office space at 1 Mill Ridge Lane in 2017. As the company grew, they once again tapped Vindigni to secure a new office space in Chester. Leveraging his relationship with MGHC Group, Vindigni recognized that 6 Mill Ridge Lane would provide the company with the same high level of access to its customers throughout northern and central New Jersey while providing a larger and more flexible space to grow its business.
Vindigni has represented MGHC Group since 2015. Over the past seven years, Vindigni has worked with both MGHC Group and its tenants to negotiate 35 deals spanning over 33,000 square feet of professional office space at 1 Mill Ridge Lane and 6 Mill Ridge Lane.
“Despite challenges in the broader office market, we continue to see significant activity from professional services tenants searching for modern, well-located spaces,” said Vindigni. “Leveraging our deep local relationships on both sides of the office supply and demand equation, we continue to be well-suited to work closely with office landlords and tenants of all sizes and types to navigate the transactional puzzle in an efficient and seamless manner.”