Companies focusing on neurostimulation technology, home internship rental space at Hillsborough Business Center

News Highlights: Companies focusing on neurostimulation technology, home internship rental space at Hillsborough Business Center

Hillsborough Business Center is a 27,000 square foot industrial / flex complex with 27 buildings spread over 100 acres on Stryker Lane in Hillsborough. PHOTO COURTESY OF R&J STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION

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Hillsborough Business Center is a 27,000 square foot industrial / flex complex with 27 buildings spread over 100 acres on Stryker Lane in Hillsborough. PHOTO COURTESY OF R&J STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION

The commercial and residential real estate construction, development and management firm of Larken Associates has entered into lease agreements with Caputron for 1,500 square feet and Metamorpheus Design Services for 1,500 square feet of industrial / flex space in the Hillsborough Business Center.

Caputron, headquartered in New York City, is a global distributor of clinical and research neurostimulation technology, such as transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) and electroencephalogram (EEG), according to information provided by R&J Strategic Communications.

According to the statement, the company will use its space in the Hillsborough Business Center on Stryker Lane to enhance its current storage, distribution and manufacturing capabilities in the marketplace.

Metamorpheus Design Services, led by industry veterans Marne Coetzer and Sharon du Plessis, is a home staging, design and organization.

Their lease in the Hillsborough Business Center will provide the company with additional storage and office space to expand their existing headquarters in Chatham, the statement said.

Hillsborough Business Center is a 550,000 square foot industrial / flex complex with 27 buildings spread over 100 acres. One block east of Route 206, the complex can accommodate a range of tenants including research and development, laboratory, storage, distribution, light manufacturing and assembly, and also features spaces well suited for fitness or recreational use.

“Although in high demand in recent years, industrial flex properties in suburban markets such as the Hillsborough Business Center continued to see strong demand during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Victor Kelly, executive vice president of Raider Realty, in – house brokerage division of Larken Associates, it said in the statement. Praised for their adaptability and easy access, these types of properties are well positioned to continue to attract tenants from a wide variety of industries – even as we face a period of significant economic instability.

For more information visit www.larkenassociates.com/commercial-leasing/hillsborough-business-center#availability

Via: centraljersey.com

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