A developer has taken a key step in a bid to transform Atlantic City’s Bader Field, signing a memorandum of understanding with city officials in connection with a nearly $3 billion proposal that includes housing, retail and a racetrack.
New Jersey has an unmatched location and a population that developers dream about. It’s no wonder the commercial real estate industry is flourishing and evolving across all segments of the market.
JMF unveils new 125-unit luxury rental property in Morris Plains
Zimmel: New ground-up 55,000 sq. ft. warehouse coming soon to Hillsborough
Langan announces three associate-level promotions in Parsippany
Family sells Burlington County strip center for $1.2 million, Rose Commercial says
Newmark Associates details three recent sales team hires
Hampshire debuts Morristown apartment building with remote work focus, supportive housing (SLIDESHOW)
Hornrock launches leasing at new Hackensack apartment building
DMR details new Community Energy Plan adopted by Prospect Park
From the publisher: Join us June 7 for The Newark Redevelopment Update
Real Estate NJ is going to have a seminar on June 7 at NJIT regarding Newark and its revitalization. Newark means a lot to me. I grew up in Maplewood and took the bus with my friends to downtown Newark to hang out on Broad Street. We would go into Bamberger’s, Hahne’s, S. Klein on the square, etc. After the riots of 1967 Newark changed dramatically and has still not recovered from the stigma of that event. Over the last 15 years I have spent a lot of time in Newark in philanthropic endeavors and have been disappointed that Newark has not made the progress in revitalization that I had hoped it would.