The New Brunswick Development Corp., public officials and a host of other stakeholders broke ground Wednesday on the $172 million New Brunswick Performing Arts Center project. Slated to rise 23 stories on Livingston Avenue, the mixed-use complex stands to transform the city’s famed downtown cultural arts district, spanning 450,000 square feet that will include performance venues, office space and more than 200 luxury apartments.
Rockefeller Group has broken ground on a 2.2 million-square-foot logistics campus in Piscataway, in what it says is one of the state’s largest remaining sites for industrial development.
Sitex Group has purchased a 40,000-square-foot industrial building in Carlstadt, with plans to make several improvements as it markets the property for lease.
A two-story office building in River Edge has changed hands after several years on the market, following a transaction brokered by NAI James E. Hanson.
A real estate firm is planning major upgrades at an industrial building beneath the Goethals Bridge, following its acquisition of the 318,000-square-foot property in Elizabeth.
Following an environmental cleanup, a lengthy entitlement process and several hurdles along the way, Key Properties has marked the completion of a 107,000-square-foot shopping center known as Hanover Crossroads. The complex at 110 East Hanover Ave. became fully leased within 15 months of breaking ground — anchored by major tenants such as T.J.Maxx, HomeGoods, QuickChek and AutoZone — as other new retail projects have taken shape nearby.
Developers have completed a nearly $12 million affordable housing project in Woodbridge, delivering 57 units that will be reserved for seniors and homeless residents.