NKF: New Jersey office market stalls in Q2 as tenants grapple with COVID crisis

Office leasing in New Jersey slowed significantly in the second quarter, with renewals and extensions accounting for most of the activity as tenants navigated the coronavirus crisis.

Investor buys Mount Laurel office campus, its latest New Jersey acquisition

An investment firm has acquired a four-building, 234,563-square-foot office campus in Mount Laurel, with plans to rebrand and upgrade at the property as it looks to attract new tenants.

G.S. Wilcox secures $6 million for developer of Springfield Wawa

A developer has landed $6 million in financing for a newly opened Wawa gas station and convenience store in Springfield, G.S. Wilcox & Co. announced Wednesday.

Woodmont honored as top New Jersey workplace

Woodmont Properties has earned recognition as a top employer in New Jersey as part of an employee engagement survey conducted by a statewide media outlet.

Move-ins underway at 99-unit building in historic Jersey City neighborhood

A new 99-unit luxury apartment building in Jersey City has started to welcome its first residents.

Workplace absence leads to decline in office demand

Much of the workforce has been absent from offices/workplaces and transportation systems since mid-March. Has this absence “made hearts grow fonder” to return? Not entirely, according to some experts.

Upscale Asbury Park hotel set to reopen after COVID shutdown

A luxury hotel along the Asbury Park waterfront is set to reopen after being closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Goldstein Group touts 36,000 sq. ft. in new fast food, restaurant leases in New Jersey

Nearly a dozen restaurants have committed to new locations in New Jersey as part of a series of newly announced transaction by The Goldstein Group.

Industrial market’s strength on display as NAIOP kicks off virtual conference

More than 1,000 industry professionals have registered for this week’s I.CON event, NAIOP’s flagship conference for the industrial sector, despite its move this year to a virtual format. And with an industry that appears to be as bullish as ever, organizers believe they can still deliver the kind of experience and value that attendees have to come to expect from the annual gathering.

Stro, bread distributor ink 24,000 sq. ft. lease in Hackensack

A bread manufacturer is relocating its New Jersey operations after signing a new 23,500-square-foot industrial lease in Hackensack.