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.

HFF: Investors acquire AvalonBay community in Mercer County

AvalonBay Communities Inc. has sold a 312-unit apartment complex in Lawrenceville for nearly $90 million, marking the developer’s second sale of a New Jersey property in recent weeks.

Pilates chain set to continue rapid expansion in N.J., Ripco says

A fast-growing Pilates chain has added roughly 20 locations in New Jersey in the past two years, with plans to add at least another 10 in the state as part a continued nationwide expansion.

Pharma firm inks 37,000 sq. ft. HQ lease in Saddle Brook

A pharmaceuticals firm has taken a full floor at a Saddle Brook office building as part of a relocation of its global headquarters, according to brokers involved with the deal.

Zimmel touts more than 63,000 sq. ft. in northern, central N.J. deals

A global logistics and shipping company has leased a 20,000-square-foot warehouse in Carteret, in one of six recent transactions announced this week by Zimmel Associates.

NAIOP honors leaders in advocacy, industry service at annual awards dinner

On the eve of Election Day, the state’s top commercial real estate association took a night to highlight some of it recent legislative triumphs — and the members behind those victories.

Linden rental property sells for $8.15 million, Kislak says

The developer of a 48-unit apartment building in Linden has sold the property for more than $8 million, in a transaction brokered by The Kislak Co. Inc.

HFF brokers $17.4 million acquisition loan for Toms River retail center

A joint venture has closed on a Toms River shopping center with the help of $17.4 million in acquisition financing from an area bank, brokerage firm HFF said Monday.

Woodbridge strip center fetches $1.35 million, Marcus & Millichap says

A private investor has paid $1.35 million for a 5,850-square-foot strip center in Woodbridge.

If you can ask one question to the gubernatorial candidates about New Jersey commercial real estate policy, what would it be and why?

If you can ask one question to the gubernatorial candidates about New Jersey commercial real estate policy, what would it be and why?

Gold Coast condo project secures $71.6 million construction loan

The developer of a high-end, 14-story condominium tower in Cliffside Park has closed on a $71.6 million construction loan, as it marches ahead toward a planned opening date next year.