After multiple Supreme Court decisions over 50 years, the creation of the Council on Affordable Housing and its subsequent power stripping by the Supreme Court in 2015, over 60,000 units of affordable housing have been created. So, does that mean that the battle over affordable housing in New Jersey is over? Nothing could be further from the truth.
An investment firm has acquired a nearly 50,000-square-foot industrial building in Randolph, under a newly announced transaction by Team Resources Inc.
More than a dozen dining operators have combined to lease 37,000 square feet in and around northern New Jersey, in a series of deals arranged by Cushman & Wakefield.
A broker with Gebroe-Hammer Associates has won a top honor from the firm in connection with last year’s $75 million sale of a 487-unit, 18-building portfolio in Hudson and Bergen counties.
SJP Properties has acquired a 270,000-square-foot office building in Woodbridge, where it’s now planning an extensive renovation aimed at creating an environment for high-end tenants.
An investor has acquired a 1,000-square-foot office building in Montclair, in a newly announced transaction by The Blau & Berg Co.
A trucking and logistics firm has acquired more than 4,000 square feet of industrial space and three adjacent acres in Pennsauken, in a transaction arranged by Markeim Chalmers Inc.