Leaders of the Rutgers Center for Real Estate aim to make it the top academic and research program of its kind, one that helps improve the industry and provides a link between the state’s top real estate firms and the next generation of professionals.
NJ Realtors opened its new 20,000-square-foot headquarters on Hamilton Avenue last September, marking the completion of one of the city’s few ground-up construction projects in recent years.
It took an engineering feat for Advance Realty to build one of Hoboken’s newest mixed-use projects. It also helped the firm attract one of the city’s most highly anticipated retailers.
For all of the engineering prowess that it took to excavate the site of Advance Realty’s new apartment building in Hoboken, there are some things you just can’t plan for.
The political events of 2016 have ushered in a New Year that will be marked by dramatic change at both the federal and state levels.
Even after accounting for the fact that interest rates and expected inflation jumped after Donald Trump’s election, I would guess there is a 20 percent possibility that short-term interest rates become negative in the next two years.
What does the year 2017 have in store for the commercial real estate market?
We can’t say for sure — and we know you can’t either — but we asked some of the industry’s top professionals in New Jersey to give it their best shot. In the process, we’ve tried to bring you a good cross-section of experts from different disciplines.
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New Jersey’s commercial real estate and business communities are paying significant attention to the repositioning of New Jersey’s aging suburban office campuses as highly amenitized live/work/play environments. And equal focus is being placed on the hyper-customization of interior spaces — especially for headquarters operations — with open layouts and design elements that speak to an organization’s distinct corporate culture.