An upcoming event will look to shine a light on how institutional investors are allocating capital in today’s real estate market. To make that happen, organizers have called on a top executive from one of the biggest players in private equity.
It was a night to honor the chief executives of two of the state’s most influential real estate trade associations, as hundreds turned out for an annual industry dinner at Monmouth University.
The New Jersey Apartment Association’s annual owners’ roundtable kicked off the group’s annual conference and expo in Atlantic City, in what is the industry’s largest annual gathering in the state.
A human resources executive with UPS on Friday urged many of the state’s top developers and industry professionals to consider the “scrapper” when making hiring decisions, citing their self-reliance, perseverance and ability to solve problems.
NAIOP New Jersey unveiled three Deal of the Year awards at its annual gala, which also honored two late industry icons, Arthur Greenbaum and Caren Franzini. The program also recognized three of the state’s leading service firms — JLL, Biggins Lacy Shapiro & Co. LLC and Hollister Construction — before a packed house at The Palace at Somerset Park in Franklin.
In the latest sign of its plans to remake its footprint along the Hudson waterfront, Mack-Cali Realty Corp. has opened the doors to a new beer garden in Jersey City.
Many of the state’s top office brokers turned out last week for an up-close look at a sleek new flexible stay community in Florham Park and the site of a new corporate office building that could soon rise alongside it.
As residential high-rise construction continues to surge, developers and investors are keeping a watchful eye on rent growth and capital markets activity along the Gold Coast.
A team from Villanova University took the top honors and a $5,000 prize in a recent competition held by NAIOP New Jersey, where students from area schools offered their vision for redeveloping a historic manufacturing site in Trenton.