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NAI Hanson Facilitates Office Lease at the Foot of the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, N.J.


FORT LEE, N.J. (Jan. 31, 2014)– NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, today announced the signing of a lease at 440 West Street, an office building located at the foot of the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, N.J.

The tenant, Won Law Firm, is relocating from New York City. Won Law Firm specializes in immigration law, as well as social security and disability benefits claims.

NAI Hanson Vice President Anthony Cassano represented both Won Law Firm and the property’s landlord, Emka Holdings, in the transaction. 

“The tenant expressed interest in relocating to New Jersey, but was in need of a space that could accommodate its ongoing growth while also providing proximity to the firm’s New York client base,” Cassano said. “Emka Holdings’ building in Fort Lee is an affordable alternative that will provide the tenant with the space it needs in a location that’s just a few minutes away from Manhattan.”

The space includes on-site parking, a conference room and a kitchenette. The building is located just blocks from the bridge, and offers easy access to the New Jersey Turnpike.

About NAI James E. Hanson

Since 1955, NAI James E. Hanson has been a leading independent full-service brokerage commercial real estate and property management firm serving a diverse client list. NAI Hanson offers its clients strategic solutions and provides comprehensive value-added services such as office, industrial and retail brokerage, investment sales, land sales, management, government services and financing expertise.

NAI Hanson is also one of the original members of NAI Global, an international commercial real estate network with 400 offices spanning the globe. For more information on NAI James E. Hanson, contact William C. Hanson, SIOR, at the company’s Hackensack office at 201-488-5800 or visit


01/31/2014 - 16:17


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