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The future of office work has arrived

The economic rebound is fueling job growth in office-using sectors, which comes as the state lifts requirements that employers accommodate telework arrangements. Now that the future has arrived, I am sure that all employers would agree that employees are the most critical resource for success. Striking the right balance for the new workplace will likely be case-sensitive, and will no doubt take some time and a great deal of patience.

What will be the pandemic’s longest-lasting impact(s) on New Jersey’s multifamily sector?

We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question. Here’s what they had to say.

KRE Group unveils next phase of landmark project, as momentum builds in historic Jersey City neighborhood

Kushner Real Estate Group and National Real Estate Advisors have opened the second of three towers at their Journal Squared project in Jersey City, having leased more than 50 percent of its 704 luxury apartments amid the ongoing revival of a historic neighborhood.

Profeta sells 300,000 sq. ft. Amazon warehouse site in Ohio after redevelopment

Montwards LLC has agreed to sell an industrial property in Columbus, Ohio, that is home to a newly built, 300,000-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center, following the firm’s redevelopment of a property that it first acquired nearly two decades ago.

Investment firm continues push into New Jersey suburbs, eyes return to high-end office buildings

With nearly a dozen acquisitions and more than $750 million in combined investment — all since spring 2018 — The Birch Group is exceedingly bullish on northern New Jersey’s office market and the expected return to work in top-tier locations.

CREW NJ president touts growth of programs, membership amid COVID challenges

Six months into her term as president of Commercial Real Estate of New Jersey, a Newark-based attorney is helping to guide it through the second year of the pandemic and what it hopes will be a continued economic recovery, plus new networking and business development opportunities.

Geopolitics and demographics impact commercial real estate in our region

Our state is making headlines these days in a number of good ways. One contributing factor is certainly geopolitics, the study of how place matters. While this term is more often used to describe countries and explain the origin and source of their wealth, culture and military strategy, we can also see how this applies at the state level.

Retail leaders see a clearer path to recovery, despite continued uncertainty

Despite the enduring struggles of malls, further bankruptcies by large chains and other challenges to brick-and-mortar retail, industry leaders say the path to stability is becoming clearer. That’s especially true for properties that were fundamentally stronger before the pandemic, which are now drawing the attention of tenants in search of space. 

Got a feeling ’21 is (going to) be a good year

As we seem to be nearing the final stages of the global pandemic with more people getting vaccinated, federal stimulus monies pouring into our state and a new federal administration that is much more friendly to New Jersey, many of us are feeling that 2021 is going to be a good year.

Marcus & Millichap brokerage team perseveres in pandemic, riding high after banner year

A brokerage team has started 2021 with strong momentum after not only withstanding the COVID-19 crisis, but having its best year since joining forces under the Marcus & Millichap banner.