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.

Sanzari inks renewals at Hackensack retail plaza

Four tenants have renewed leases totaling 10,250 square feet at a 100,000-square-foot shopping center in Hackensack, the property’s owner announced Monday.

Prism prepares for ‘next chapter’ of iconic Roche campus

An affiliate of Prism Capital Partners has closed on its purchase of the former Hoffman-La Roche campus in Nutley and Clifton, clearing the way for the developer to recreate the 116-acre site with a mix of new commercial tenants, retailers and residential development.

PSEG headquarters tower in Newark sells for $174.5M

A real estate investment trust has sold the Public Service Enterprise Group headquarters tower in Newark for nearly $175 million, according to the seller and brokers involved in the deal.

N.J. office market mounts a comeback in Q3, JLL finds

After a sleepy first half of the year, New Jersey’s office market woke up in the third quarter. And it did so in a big way — thanks to a flurry of high-profile leases that reached the finish line.

NAI Hanson’s first-ever company softball game

NAI James E. Hanson President, Bill Hanson, was joined by Hackensack Mayor, John Labrosse, before the honorary opening pitch of NAI Hanson’s first company softball game at Foschini Park on Thursday, September 22. By Real Estate NJ More than 25…

Christie, lawmakers reach deal to fund road projects

A bipartisan deal, unveiled Friday at the Statehouse, calls for raising the state’s gas tax for the first time since 1988 to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund. The 23-cent-per-gallon increase will fund a $2 billion TTF plan over the next eight years, with 100 percent of gas tax revenues constitutionally dedicated to repair and replace the state’s roads and bridges.

Essex County office park offers reuse potential, HFF says

A four-building, 403,379-square-foot office park has hit the market in West Orange.

What makes N.J. attractive to growing companies?

A panel discussion hosted by NAIOP New Jersey focused on why and how “next-generation” companies are able to grow in the Garden State — and how the commercial real estate industry can support them in their growth.

After legal victory, American Dream developer looks to bond sale

The developer seeking to complete the American Dream Meadowlands project is moving ahead with plans to seek $1.15 billion in bonds for the project, now that an opposition group has agreed to drop its challenge.

Levin hires new VP of property management

Gilbert Bankston has joined Levin Management as vice president of property management, the real estate services firm announced Thursday.