Based in Morris County, Dartcor offers high-end cafeteria menus, grab-and-go markets, pantries and coffee options for office buildings in the region. And, with a return to work on the horizon for many businesses, its services could be as important as ever.
Improving economic conditions have led to an improvement in the NAIOP CRE Sentiment Index, indicating both overall optimism and several ongoing concerns. However, respondents are now more pessimistic about construction costs than in any prior survey, and most expect construction labor costs to increase.
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Developers say the future of retail is now on display in Roxbury, where Advance Realty Investors has transformed an aging, enclosed mall into a 450,000-square-foot, open-air destination with centralized parking and a new Walmart Supercenter as its anchor.
JLL’s New Jersey-based capital markets team includes a rare father-son combination among commercial real estate brokers, part of an office that remains a leader in the state and has only expanded its reach over the past year.
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.
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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.
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.