Cover Story

Our monthly cover story in Real Estate NJ is a must-read, as we bring you an insider’s look at the decisions, personalities and economic conditions that are shaping the market.

Big energy: How fast-growing Solar Landscape became a force in New Jersey commercial real estate

Solar Landscape has become a key player with a visible presence in New Jersey’s commercial real estate industry, having leased more than 20 million square feet of rooftop space for its solar projects.

Investors take pause, reassess as interest rates shock commercial real estate market

The rapid rise in interest rates has caused a sudden slowdown and growing uncertainty in New Jersey’s investment sales market, leading buyers to reassess their plans in the near term, while placing newfound pressure on even the strongest asset classes.

Insiders: New Jersey office market still ripe for large, blue-chip deals in age of hybrid work

Market experts say large, high-profile office deals are likely still to come in New Jersey, despite the push for hybrid schedules and lingering questions about the return to work.

Prologis eyes continued push in New Jersey, New York with a team that has doubled since 2019

Prologis Inc. has grown to about 65 employees in New Jersey and New York to support its expansion in the region, nearly double its headcount from just three years ago, reflecting the growth of its footprint during that time from 37 million to 44 million square feet.

LCOR, NJ Transit seek to reopen historic ferry building as part of high-profile Hoboken project

Development firm LCOR is seeking to revitalize the long-dormant, two-story ferry terminal in Hoboken — envisioning uses such as event space, market-style retail and other concepts — in what could be the centerpiece of a plan to transform the city’s historic transit hub.

Camden leaders focused on new housing, population growth after years of large corporate projects

After years of high-profile public and corporate development projects, Camden city officials say new housing is key to convincing the thousands of employees who now come to work in the city each day to also live there.

Historic buildings, untapped downtowns driving growth of Prism residential platform

Prism Capital Partners has delivered nearly 1,000 multifamily units in recent years, with a niche in high-profile adaptive reuse projects and a growing pipeline of new ground-up construction.

Industrial builders flock to Franklin after zoning change, bringing new life to aging office sites

Franklin Township has more than 4 million square feet of industrial space in its development pipeline — most of it in the town’s well-known Somerset section — with a growing list of projects that call for razing and repurposing the sites of outdated office buildings.

Investor demand for industrial space soaring to new heights, as rents rise at record pace

Industrial rents in New Jersey and other top markets are rising at unprecedented rates, leaving investors hungrier than ever for properties across the asset class.

How Devco does it: Inside $1.5 billion pipeline — and decades of high-profile New Jersey projects

New Brunswick Development Corp. is forging ahead after a year in which it broke ground on more than $1.5 billion worth of projects — a milestone that’s all the more notable for a team that never does the same project twice.