Groome Industrial Service Group, Inc. along with subsidiary Groome Door & Mechanical Systems, both specialty service contracting companies will be sweeping their corporate offices, warehousing and training facilities to a free standing 22,000 SF facility in Fairfield that seems to have been tailor-made for them.
James Costanzo, President of Charity Realty International who exclusively represented Groome’s relocation effort knew he was looking at Cinderella’s Slipper when he first toured 22 Audrey Place. “It checked all the boxes; a professionally managed, first-class facility with easy highway access and both drive-in and tailboard loading, 22-foot clear ceilings, on an over-sized lot, with enough HVAC and finished space to accommodate the client’s needs, in an employee-centric location.”
“We’ve grown at such a pace over the last 10 years that our existing spaces in Waldwick simply could not hold us any longer. Our new home gives us everything we need, including room for future growth. Both Jim and Carmine were a pleasure to work with putting this deal together and I look forward to long-standing relationships with both in coming years”, stated Josh Hankes, President of Groome Industrial Service Group.
“We are pleased to welcome Groome into our family of tenants. The Fairfield Industrial Market is very strong and remains a tremendous location for growing companies like Groome to work and thrive” commented Owner and NJ real estate icon, Salvatore Frassetto.
As a result of the transaction, Charity Realty International presented a grant in the amount of $6,000 divided between the following charitable organizations: Habitat for Humanity (Paterson), The Land Conservancy of New Jersey (Boonton), Cornerstone Family Programs (Morristown) and Homes for Our Troops, a veteran’s charity that provides custom-built, mortgage-free homes to our most severely wounded post 911 heroes. To register for the next Charity Realty International sponsored HFOT event go to: www.myhfotusa.org/Beefsteak.