Real estate services firm Avison Young is planning a major expansion of its project management platform in New Jersey and nationally after acquiring Studio Eagle, a Springfield-based design and workplace planning firm.
Russo Development and Onyx Equities are banking on the need for local distribution space — and the rise of secondary industrial markets in New Jersey — after recently acquiring a coveted development site in East Hanover.
Scotch Plains is seeking a developer after recently adopting a long-awaited redevelopment plan for its downtown, aiming to create a vibrant hub with a mix of retail, restaurants, housing, a consolidated library and town hall, public plazas and parking.
Signature Acquisitions has kicked off a sweeping redesign and modernization of a 175,000-square-foot office building in Parsippany, seeking to overhaul the property ahead of the planned departure of Deloitte LLP.
Former bank buildings with drive-thru lanes have drawn interest from fast-food chains, medical office tenants and investors during the pandemic, thanks in large part to their structural features and prime locations.
The look, feel and function of the post-pandemic workplace is still uncertain, but a technology firm’s recent expansion in Jersey City is a reminder of why companies will still need office space going forward.
West Orange-based Atkins Cos. has sold some of its long-held medical office buildings in the region, capitalizing on surging investor demand for the asset class as it looks for more opportunistic ways to expand its portfolio.
A developer is moving ahead with plans to build 80 new apartments and ground-floor retail space inside a historic building in downtown Newark, following backlash from members of a congregation that had been based at the property for some four decades.
Fidelco Realty Group is revitalizing a well-known office tower in downtown Newark at a cost of more than $30 million, with plans that include a sweeping physical upgrade, the addition of a new bar and restaurant and the creation of flexible workspace to serve technology startups. — All renderings courtesy: Fidelco/Perkins Eastman
The Connell Co. has unveiled a new flexible workspace and social club at The Park, its flagship 185-acre business campus in Berkeley Heights, where members have access to everything from fine dining and evening bar service to personal trainers and fitness classes.