A wave of acquisition and divestment activity is reshaping the life sciences industry — and its real estate needs — resulting in demands for new office space and a surplus of lab inventory. A new report reminds us that New Jersey is seeing many of those changes firsthand.
A career seminar hosted by Montclair State University’s Feliciano School of Business connected attendees with real estate industry leaders in several specialties, including brokerage, property management, value-add investing, development and institutional investing.
The parent company of East Orange General Hospital has sold and leased back a 68,000-square-foot building adjacent to the facility, in a deal arranged by Lee & Associates of New Jersey.
Rutgers University and RWJBarnabas Health broke ground Tuesday on a new 295,000-square-foot, four-story athletic training complex in Piscataway.
A dental practice has leased 4,500 square feet at a Cherry Hill office building, brokerage firm Wolf Commercial Real Estate said.
The Rockefeller Group has marked another step in its high-profile redevelopment plan in Florham Park — and it’s preparing to celebrate another project less than 20 miles away.
An orthopedic practice has acquired a 12,000-square-foot office building in Cherry Hill for $1.2 million, real estate services firm Colliers International said.
Frank Wong has worked for Rutgers University for 30 years, but the last five have been especially busy for the head of the school’s planning and development office.
That’s no surprise, given the high-profile projects seen at Rutgers’ flagship campus in recent years — from the “wildly successful” new 550-bed residential honors college in New Brunswick to the iconic town square and retail space known as The Yard at College Avenue.
A Ridgewood medical practice has completed a renovation and expansion of its office, following a project designed by locally based Poskanzer Skott Architects.
Certainty and predictability can be hard to come by these days, so real estate and finance professionals will settle for a little conviction when it comes to the Federal Reserve. They got exactly that last week at an event hosted by the Rutgers Center for Real Estate.