NAI James E. Hanson opened its new 17,000-square-foot headquarters in Teterboro last fall, honoring its past while creating a modern workplace for its brokers, property managers and other employees.
Four years after acquiring a defunct office complex in Parsippany, Stanbery Development Co. is on a clearer path toward fulfilling its plans for a high-end, downtown-style destination at the 17-acre site, which includes about five acres in neighboring Hanover. Known as The District at 1515, the project calls for 100,000 square feet of retail space, 441 residential units and a hotel.
HFF has opened the doors to the new home of its New Jersey office, a 13,000-square-foot suite in downtown Morristown that is meant to help the capital markets firm retain and attract talent.
A new state law could be a game-changer for municipalities, school districts and other government entities, allowing them to tap into private capital for new facilities or infrastructure. It could also be transformative for New Jersey’s design and construction industry.
As you’ll read in this month’s cover story, Stanbery Development Co. has spent more than four years navigating local politics and state regulations in its quest to redevelop a vacant office complex in Parsippany. But the firm is now on a path toward fulfilling its vision, which calls for a mixed-use, downtown-style development anchored by high-end restaurants and retail.
Lee & Associates is marking 10 years since the launch of its New Jersey office, having grown from just four brokers and three employees to a team of 55, thanks in large part to the firm’s distinctive broker-owned model and a growing number of service lines.
April 22 is Earth Day, always a great time to reflect on what we as citizens can do to make the planet a little greener: reducing waste, conserving energy, reusing or donating products and recycling.
How has e-commerce impacted building design in either retail or industrial space? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
Friends, former colleagues and longtime clients have been paying tribute to the late Stanley Simon, the longtime head of Jacobson Goldfarb & Tanzman LLC, as a “true gentleman” who was among the most effective, honest and respected figures in New Jersey commercial real estate — one who groomed and influenced many of the state’s top brokers.
The country’s largest cluster of co-working and flexible office space is only just across the Hudson River, but the fast-growing industry is still largely absent from New Jersey. Experts say that is due to change — and it’s only a matter of time.