Joshua Burd
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Joshua Burd, an award-winning reporter and editor, has been covering New Jersey commercial real estate for eight 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.

New sales associate joins NAI Hanson

NAI James E. Hanson has expanded its brokerage team in Parsippany with the hiring of a new sales associate.

Zimmel touts 45,300 sq. ft. in leases at Raritan Center

A global insurance firm has leased 35,000 square feet at an Edison office building, in one of four recent transactions announced by brokerage firm Zimmel Associates.

Connell Foley real estate attorney serving on Murphy transition team

A top real estate attorney at Connell Foley is among those advising the transition team of Gov.-elect Phil Murphy, who will be sworn in next month.

A look back at the biggest stories of 2017 in New Jersey commercial real estate

New Jersey’s commercial real estate market was as dynamic as ever in 2017, thanks in large part to the health of the industrial and multifamily sectors. But we also saw developers and investors adapt to critical changes and challenges in the retail and office sectors.

P3 Properties acquires Morris Corporate Center III in Parsippany

A real estate investment firm has added to its growing office portfolio in the state, acquiring a piece of the well-known Morris Corporate Center campus in Parsippany.

Direct private lender’s principals tout $3 billion milestone

Kennedy Funding Financial has surpassed the $3 billion mark in loans closed over more than 30 years in business, touting a history of taking on difficult properties and challenging applications.

Avison Young adds to brokerage team in Morristown

Real estate services firm Avison Young has hired a new associate in its Morristown office.

Editor’s note: After a busy year, a look at what’s to come

Ask anybody in the real estate business and they’ll most likely agree: Being busy is a good thing. We couldn’t agree more as a publication that covers this industry and thrives on all of the deal making, construction activity and other bits of news that help us bring you a monthly magazine and a daily newsletter. The market has been so busy that I’m not quite sure where the time has gone, yet here we are as we prepare to close out the first year of Real Estate NJ.

CREW NJ inducts new president, board of directors (SLIDESHOW)

A new slate of leaders have taken the reins at Commercial Real Estate Women of New Jersey, the state’s top association for connecting and advancing professional women across the industry.

KRE partners with home hospitality app at Journal Squared, other Jersey City buildings

KRE Group has partnered with a mobile platform to provide home hospitality services at more than 2,000 apartments in Jersey City, starting with its high-profile Journal Squared project.