Real Estate NJ goes in depth on the latest trends, success stories and critical issues facing the commercial real estate industry. Hear what is on the mind of the industry’s power players and get expert analysis as we give you the deepest look inside the market.

C&W, with new-look multifamily team, aims to grow its share of private client investment sales

Cushman & Wakefield is leaning into New Jersey’s middle-market apartment sector, seeking to capture new business within the asset class while exposing a new crop of private clients to the firm’s well-established, highly accomplished capital markets team in the region.

How Hampshire, celebrity chef David Burke are partnering to reinvent historic Bernards Inn

A plan to revitalize the historic Bernards Inn is taking shape under a recently announced partnership between The Hampshire Cos., the property’s owner, and celebrity chef David Burke.

Gilead’s new Parsippany office is a hub of collaboration and comfort — with a purpose

Gilead Sciences has opened its new 96,000-square-foot East Coast hub at Parsippany’s Latitude campus, touting a space that will foster innovation and creativity while helping employees transition back to the office.

Audible taking new steps to drive office, retail activity in Newark beyond its headquarters

Audible’s newest set of business attraction efforts in Newark figure to have a direct impact on commercial real estate near its headquarters in the city, its home of more than 15 years.

Foundational strength: Organic growth, key acquisitions have fueled GZA’s rapid rise in New Jersey

GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc. has followed a strategy of steady, organic growth and key acquisitions in New Jersey that have strengthened both its foothold and its technical prowess in the region, where it has grown from 40 professionals in 2017 to nearly 120 today.

More than buzzwords: How Faropoint is using data, artificial intelligence to gain an edge in industrial deals

Investment firm Faropoint is using artificial intelligence to generate new insights on properties, improve its underwriting and support its growing industrial platform, providing a glimpse at a technology that is far from perfect but primed to disrupt commercial real estate in the years to come.

Westfield pushes ahead with sweeping downtown redevelopment, despite opposition

Westfield has set the stage for more than $400 million in mixed-use redevelopment that town leaders say will revitalize their business district and serve as a model for other mature suburbs, with hopes of breaking ground early next year despite opposition by some residents.

High praise: NAIOP leaders pay tribute to outgoing CEO McGuinness

We asked commercial real estate industry leaders for their thoughts on NAIOP New Jersey CEO Michael McGuinness, who is retiring next month after more than 25 years in the role.

Long-awaited Parsippany project comes with visions of bustling, downtown-style retail

Developers and local officials say they have high hopes for a luxury mixed-use development on Route 10, one with a concept that seemingly relies more heavily on retail and restaurants than typical mixed-use residential developments, in an effort to broaden its appeal.

Inside CSG Law’s new headquarters, an office built for today and tomorrow

CSG Law has opened its new 120,000-square-foot headquarters in Roseland, in a space aimed at helping the firm compete for talent for decades to come, while meeting the need for mobility and flexibility in the wake of the pandemic.