Suydam joins Fairclough Realtors


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Frank Suydam of Stillwater NJ, a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan tours and current member of the Army National Guard, joined Fairclough Realtors.

The brokerage is expanding its grasp on the commercial and residential real estate markets in northern New Jersey and welcomes Frank’s expertise. Frank has a passion for all types of real estate and enjoys serving his customers and developing new relationships in the community.

Like the other members of Fairclough's team, Frank is working on marketing and selling the newly constructed townhouses at the Grande Villaggio project in Newton.

In addition to the Grande Villaggio project in Newton, the team at Fairclough Realtors is responsible for The Square at Lafayette project at the intersection of Route 15 and Route 94 in Lafayette.

The Square at Lafayette project, headed by Luciano Bruni of Nouvelle Associates (www.nouvelleassociates.com), is a new construction project that is offering Class-A medical and professional space at $15.00 per square foot. This is substantially lower than many of the competing properties existing in the area.

Along with adding Suydam to their team, Fairclough Realtors recently welcomed John Kurlander and Fiona Turro. Kurlander was involved in the construction of the recreational areas in Vernon, and specializes in commercial development opportunities. Turro has a background in new construction and residential sales.


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