A growing pain management practice has acquired an 11,052-square-foot office building in Mount Laurel, under a transaction arranged by Rose Commercial Real Estate.
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An orthopedics and sports medicine practice has leased nearly 3,500 square feet at a Cherry Hill office building, Wolf Commercial Real Estate announced Friday.
Langan Engineering & Environmental Services has hired a veteran engineer in the region with an eye toward health care and other high-profile development work.
A freestanding medical office building in Cherry Hill has changed hands, following a sale arranged by Wolf Commercial Real Estate.
A cardiology practice is now an owner and occupier of a 9,242-square-foot medical office building in Ridgewood, following a sale arranged by NAI James E. Hanson.
SJP Properties has rebranded an office building in downtown Jersey City with an eye toward emerging and specialized industries, tapping JLL as the property’s leasing agent.
A two-building, 20,700-square-foot retail and medical office complex in Somerville has changed hands for nearly $3.8 million, brokers with Marcus & Millichap announced.
A health care operator is marching toward the start of construction for a long-planned, 199-unit retirement community in Wyckoff and Hawthorne, in what will be the last major piece of its footprint within the two North Jersey municipalities.