A growing restaurant chain and a nail salon are joining a Jersey City shopping center, having leased a combined 10,000 square feet at the 95,000-square-foot complex.
Users in New Jersey’s booming industrial sector have faced a severe lack of supply in recent years, leading to unprecedented rent growth and an unabated race to find development sites. New space is on the way — and plenty of it — with millions of square feet slated to come online in the next two years. Yet market experts say demand will continue to outpace supply, given the continued upside of e-commerce and a race by traditional retailers to update their supply chains.
A new Trader Joe’s is coming to a well-known shopping center in Denville, under a nearly 15,000-square-foot lease with Retail Properties of America Inc.
A joint venture has reaped more than $150 million from the sale of a high-profile life sciences campus in Bridgewater, under a recent transaction by Newmark Knight Frank.
A development group has opened the doors to its newest project in Hoboken, a 424-unit luxury apartment building on the city’s emerging west side.
Atlantic Health System has acquired a 92,326-square-foot property in Rockaway for nearly $26 million, becoming an owner-occupier at a site that already houses many of its medical services.
A physical therapy practice is expanding with its purchase of a 5,245-square-foot office building in Bergenfield, in a newly announced transaction by NAI James E. Hanson.
Some experts say there is a good chance an economic downturn or recession will happen within the next two years, making it logical to begin bolstering protections. What steps can real estate professionals take now that will help them get through a recession and come out the other end even stronger?
Over the past two decades, property management has evolved into a science requiring expertise in a variety of disciplines — from capital allocation to engineering and business development. Success requires a strong team of professionals and a thorough understanding of each and every asset under management.
Within the Real Estate world, by now we know that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted a new opportunity to incentivize real estate investment and development in low-income communities across the country through Qualified Opportunity Zones (“QO Zones”). These designated low-income housing income tracts in the United States (and Puerto Rico) allow investors who previously recognized a taxable gain to defer it by investing the gain proceeds into a Qualified Opportunity Fund (“QO Fund”).