PARSIPPANY — Commercial Realty Group (CRG) whose name is synonymous with, among other real estate properties, the redevelopment of antiquated commercial office/industrial site’s, has once again brought back to life another property at 111 Littleton Road. Originally built in 1976, CRG purchased the soon to be vacant and outdated Class B property in timeworn condition, some forty-years later in 2016.
They have since transformed the three-story, 36,000 square foot, antiquated Class B building into a stunning Class A office site, following a two-year and $3,000,000 redevelopment, under the watchful eye of Corporate Contracting, Inc. (CCI), the construction firm tasked with the building’s extensive renovations. Kimmerle Newman Architects, Harding, handled the new design of the building.
111 Littleton was a welcome “site” to the local business landscape, as the project supported multiple construction jobs. And, gave a sought after opportunity for Strategic Micro Systems to relocate from a nearby location and remain in Parsippany, as opposed to a possible move elsewhere. The New Jersey Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will headquarter its operations at 111 Littleton Road as well.
111 Littleton’s tenant clientele, will have unparalleled access to the offices at 111, as it’s strategically located near the I-80 & I-287 crossroads as well as near Routes 46, 202, and 10. “Though proving to be a very popular location, there’s still space available,” says CRG’s Andy Billing.
Headquartered in Parsippany, Commercial Realty Group is a full-service real estate operating company with a 40+ year history of providing high-quality office and industrial space in Morris, Essex, Somerset and Middlesex Counties in Northern New Jersey. CRG possesses the in-house capability to acquire, finance, construct and manage office and light industrial properties. It operates offices in Parsippany and Boca Raton, Florida.