At Wiss, we are very pleased to partner on this very first feature on proptech and innovation in the premier real estate publication and website in New Jersey. Not only is real estate one of the core industries we serve, it’s an industry that’s ripe for technological evolution. And we are keen about helping those in the real estate and property sector see how proptech can help them thrive.
Technology and construction industry experts have increasingly touted the use of digital, cloud-based platforms to both improve productivity and manage costs in the building process, especially in a time of rising costs and labor shortages.
A host of new technologies and other innovations are poised to transform the design and construction industry, experts say, but come with hurdles tied to adoption and integration.
Amid growing competition, evolving regulations and the ongoing pandemic, developers and tenants alike are seeking education about new technologies and best solutions. We are excited to present our first deep dive into the world of property technology, or proptech, as we feature interviews with top innovators and adopters.
It’s high time that New Jersey’s local officials start doing things differently and placing a higher priority on talent attraction, collaborative regional (not parochial) planning and being on the same page. Economic development experts from outside the state seemed to concur at NAIOP New Jersey’s recent Annual Meeting and Commercial Real Estate Outlook.
Hartz Mountain Industries has built nearly 1,400 apartments along the Weehawken waterfront, having pivoted from a plan that once called for 2.5 million square feet of commercial space.
As Charlie Chaplin said in the last century, “Nothing is forever in this world, not even our problems.” That is, unless you don’t learn from your mistakes and continue to do things the same way. The days are numbered for any business, organization or government agency (without a rainy day fund) that doesn’t adjust, right-size their operation and get prepared for the next disruption that’s just around the corner.
A fast-growing, Newark-based investment firm is thriving two years after its founding, using a trove of data and an in-house platform to help it identify potential sellers and properties.
As pandemic continues, landlords and brokers have turned to virtual open houses and other tools to showcase their newly upgraded office buildings in New Jersey.
Denholtz Properties has spent nearly a decade seeking to modernize and weave technology into virtually every facet of its operation, in an effort that became all the more pronounced in 2020.