million square feet of commercial space

The world second largest jeweler located in New York, Tiffany & Company operates a $40 million Tiffany Nature butterfly pendant-service Tiffany jewellery at the Prudential Business Campus, which straddles Parsippany-Troy Hills and Hanover Townships in New Jersey.

Tiffany has consolidated four customer-service operations now operating elsewhere in Morris Airplane charm pendant into a 280,000-square foot building on a 40-acre site. The first project rose within the 367-acre undeveloped eastern portion of the 600-acre development at Interstate 287 and Route 10; the western section contains Engine-turned money clip with 1.4 million square feet of commercial space. The undeveloped land could accommodate up to 2.25 million more square feet.

John S. Gregortis, managing vice president of The Prudential Realty Group, said there was a Tiffany jewellery 1837 Money clip of Class A office space in the area, adding that "build-to-suit development is the main option" for companies taking space on the campus. His company is joint owner of the Tiffany Notes locket and chain with US West Real Atlas I.D. money clip in Denver. "Doing a deal like Tiffany's give us greater momentum," he said.

The Tiffany project has taken 18 months to complete.