"Morris Corporate Center IV Phase II is a Class A, award-winning office property," said Robert Merck, Global Head of MetLife Real Estate Investors. "We are pleased to be collaborating with Cushman & Wakefield on a significant capital improvement and leasing enhancement program, which will begin immediately."
"MetLife is a strong owner with a great reputation and financial strength. With that combination, we anticipate a great deal of interest in this trophy asset," said Flynn. "This is a highly prestigious property, and we look forward to working with MetLife on this important assignment,"
Acquired recently by MetLife, Morris Corporate Center IV Phase II is a high-end, Energy Star property situated at 369 and 379 Interpace Parkway and consists of two interconnected five-story buildings with immediate access to the multiple interchanges of I-80 and I-287. Constructed in 1999, the property has had a strong occupancy history, including such corporate names as Pfizer and Evonik Degussa. Currently vacant as the result of a corporate consolidation and a relocation within the submarket, the buildings offer prospective tenants 42,000-square-