Joshua Burd
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Joshua Burd, an award-winning reporter and editor, has been covering New Jersey commercial real estate for five years. Many industry leaders view him as the go-to real estate reporter in the state, a role he is eager to continue as the editor of Real Estate NJ. He is a lifelong New Jersey resident who has spent a decade covering the great Garden State.

Hasbrouck Heights law firm hires three new real estate attorneys

A boutique law firm in Hasbrouck Heights has strengthened its commercial real estate practice with the addition of three new attorneys.

Growing life sciences firms, Big Pharma giant offered EDA incentives

State officials have approved tax credits meant to help three pharmaceutical firms grow the industry’s footprint in New Jersey, while also dangling a nearly $40 million incentive to keep a global life sciences giant from pulling its U.S. headquarters out of the state.

Advance, DeBartolo set to begin Ledgewood Mall redevelopment

Developers have secured the local approvals needed to begin “de-malling” a mall in western Morris County, paving the way for them to reposition it as a new open-air shopping center.

CBRE names new co-leader of N.J. capital markets group

By Joshua Burd CBRE Group Inc. has promoted one of its longtime brokers and office market experts to co-leader of its capital markets group in New Jersey, the real estate services firm announced. Jeremy Neuer takes over the position after…

Wawa building sold in Cape May County, Goldstein Group says

A grocery operator has acquired a former Wawa building in Cape May County and now plans to operate the property as a food market, according to brokers with The Goldstein Group.

Secaucus office buildings fetch $21 million, CBRE says

A real estate investment firm has reaped $21 million from the sale of two office buildings in Secaucus, following a transaction brokered by CBRE Group Inc.

The Goldstein Group forms unit focused on mixed-use, urban retail

The Goldstein Group has launched a new division to offer retail leasing and advisory services to urban mixed-use property owners, developers and managers in the region.

Bridgeton rental community slated for $18.7 million rehab

A multifamily developer has kicked off an $18.7 million rehab of a 156-unit property in Bridgeton, where it aims to modernize the community and expand services for residents.

Pet products store leases 4,400 sq. ft. in Warren County, LMC says

A pet products retailer is among the newest tenants at a 61,000-square-foot shopping center in Warren County, according to Levin Management Corp.

Garden State drawing more industrial tenants from NYC boroughs

Companies from Brooklyn and New York City’s other outer boroughs are increasingly taking industrial space in New Jersey, brokers say, whether they are expanding beyond their original business locations or looking for a new home altogether. The trend is adding to the already surging demand in the market for warehouse and distribution space in the Garden State.