Local industry leaders gathered last month for the annual holiday party hosted by the Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association of the New York Metropolitan Area.
Alfred Sanzari Enterprises and other top family-owned firms in New Jersey took center stage last month as part of an annual program hosted by Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Russo Development is marking the completion of nearly 300 new luxury apartments in Garwood, the first phase of a project that was more than 10 years in the making.
Kokes Properties is taking steps to further strengthen its ties to the Burlington County township of Riverside, the site of its new multifamily development, including participation in an annual community day organized by local officials.
The Spring Lake Toys Foundation, a nonprofit that supports families of children with rare illnesses, is celebrating a new $15,000 donation from Valley Bank.
A new multifamily complex in Lopatcong took center stage this month when it earned more than a dozen awards from the Metropolitan Builders & Contractors Association of New Jersey.
Real Estate NJ was thrilled to welcome a sold-out crowd to our recent event — The View from the Top: A Conversation with Leaders in Logistics Real Estate — at The Highlawn in West Orange. More than 200 attendees turned out to hear from five top industry executives — Jeff Milanaik of Bridge Industrial, Fritz Wyler of Prologis, PJ Charlton of CenterPoint Properties, Britt Winterer of Link Logistics (a Blackstone company) and Rob Kossar of JLL — for a timely, wide-ranging discussion on the state of the industrial real estate market.
The developers of four multifamily projects joined public officials last week to celebrate Arbor Day, touting the benefits of redevelopment and the use of green building practices at the sites.
Kokes Properties recently welcomed a group of Rowan University students to the site of its new 190-unit multifamily development in Burlington County.
Saddleback Real Estate Developers has continued its support for a charity that helps families of children with rare illnesses receive essential medical services, announcing a recent $10,000 donation for what’s known as the Spring Lake Toys Foundation.