Coffeemaker supplier Jura is moving into a new headquarters this summer, but will stay in northern New Jersey.
The company will relocate from its current 20,000-square foot Closter location to a 30,000-square foot facility in Montvale, according to a report on NorthJersey.com. The new location is just south of the New York/New Jersey border just off the Garden State Parkway.
Jura, which distributes coffeemakers under the Jura and Capresso brands, has signed a five-year lease and the new facility will include corporate offices, warehouse space and a showroom, the report said.
Jura continues to see growing demand for its assortment of high-end coffeemakers that range in price from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. Recently, the company opened a new permanent showroom at the World Market Center in Las Vegas.
Company officials previously told homeworldbusiness.com that having a permanent presence on the West Coast would allow for greater access to western retail customers along with several key commercial accounts.