Cognizant Signs 64,000-SF Lease at Somerset Corporate Center II

NEW JERSEY—Cognizant has signed a 64,000-sq.-ft. lease at Somerset Corporate Center II in Bridgewater. SJP Properties was represented in house, while Studley Senior Managing Directors Gregg Najarian and Joe Messina represented Cognizant in the transaction.

SJP was represented in house, while Studley Senior Managing Directors Gregg Najarian and Joe Messina represented Cognizant.

Somerset Corporate Center II totals 250,000 square feet and is situated within Somerset Corporate Center, one of SJP’s signature developments, offering direct access to Interstate 78 and Interstate 287, Routes 202/206, as well as proximity to both Newark International Airport and New York City.

The property features energy-efficient and environmentally responsible energy systems that produce low emissions and optimal indoor air quality.

The Somerset Corporate Center campus has a 15-acre central park around which the center’s five buildings are situated. The park features numerous walking paths, sitting areas and extensive landscaping, helping to reduce environmental stress for building tenants. Additionally, private gardens at each of the buildings include seasonal floral displays, fountains and park-style seating.

Additionally, Somerset Corporate Center is situated amongst several college campuses such as Rutgers and Raritan Valley College and a diverse housing base within coveted school districts. Numerous hotels, including the adjacent 300-room Bridgewater Marriot Hotel and conference center, surround the corporate center.

Cognizant is a provider of information technology, consulting and business process outsourcing services joins a high-caliber tenant roster that includes global health care company Allergan, which recently signed a 93,000-sq.-ft. lease for space at the Class A building. Cognizant, which is based in Teaneck, is relocating from another property in Bridgewater, and expects to be in its new space in the fourth quarter of 2012.

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