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39899 Balentine Drive, Suite 200, Newark, California} 100 sq ft
On the outskirts of Newark, our Balentine business center offers a desired and connected place to do business. Right outside the center, you can join the I-880 for fast access across the entire Tri-Cities area or to reach San Francisco in less than an hour. And if you’re planning on staying close to the center, you’ll have access to everything you need. As well as an energetic community of technology businesses – the center is moments from shopping malls, fitness centers, and restaurants.
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Amenities
  • Reception
  • Business Center
  • Pantry/Lounge
  • Boardroom
  • Conference Rooms
  • Restrooms
  • Full-Service Mailroom

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  • Testimonials

    “Jack provided outstanding initiative, insights and professional interaction in his representation of our corporation's national real estate portfolio. The cost savings to the company were substantial. He proactively made suggestions that resulted in additional benefits, and followed up on every matter assigned to him, to completion. Jack is a consummate professional.” May 8, 2006
    Kevin Kelsay, American Appraisal
    “Jack Petrie has now worked with us on two corporate moves here in New York.  In both instances his focus on our goals, costs and timelines combined with his knowledge of the market and aggressiveness in negotiating with owners on our behalf, led to improved facilities, lower costs and an easy transition to the new location”
    Jack Foley, Aer Lingus
    “Jack represented my company in a deal in which we leased 8500 sf in The AT&T Bldg. He listened to our list of seemingly at odds demands and found us the ideal location. He sees the concerns of the C-level exec and the challenges of the middle managers who must execute their wishes. By the end of the process, both reflect on how the job would have been grueling, if not impossible without him.” January 10, 2006
    Julia Murphy, Light Reading

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