Hoboken is set to pay $30 million to buy more than six acres in its northwestern end to build the city’s largest park, according to a published report.
With more than a year of due diligence, entitlements and land assemblage in the books, Liberty Property Trust is set to break ground on the first piece of a $1 billion, mixed-use project to transform Camden’s waterfront.
DMR Architects has added 10 new team members in 2016, expanding its staff by nearly 33 percent as it responds to a 30 percent growth in billing during the year.
The developer of the long-awaited American Dream Meadowlands project has released a new video detailing its vision for transforming the property’s reviled, multicolored exterior.
AvalonBay Communities Inc. has opened the doors to its new community in Princeton, marking the completion of one of New Jersey’s more fiercely contested redevelopment projects in recent years.
Community Access Unlimited opened a new 60,000-square-foot headquarters in Elizabeth. The five-story, $11 million building features office space for both CAU and local businesses, along with community spaces such as a 400-seat auditorium on the ground floor.
As the state Supreme Court weighs the issue of affordable housing, stakeholders will gather later this month to shed light on the issue and tackle one of New Jersey’s most divisive and seemingly unsolvable public policy questions of the past three decades.
Graduate students at Rutgers University can now become certified in real estate development and redevelopment, thanks to a new joint offering at the school’s Newark campus.
Industry leaders hailed the accomplishments of Joe Riggs, a longtime group president with K. Hovnanian Enterprises, during an evening reception in Florham Park. The New Jersey Builders Association hosted the event as part of a fundraiser for its political action committee, drawing some 250 homebuilding executives and professionals to the Park Avenue Club and raising about $150,000.