Health Care & Education

The health care and education sectors are undergoing dramatic changes. So are their real estate needs.

Demolition begins in East Brunswick as builders, officials prepare to transform Route 18

A development team has started demolition of a blighted, long-vacant retail complex along Route 18 in East Brunswick, in a critical step in a plan to build new apartments, commercial space and other uses as part of a destination spanning dozens of acres.

Nonprofit eyes rehab, expansion of Trenton home as permanent hub for living and learning

A nonprofit serving marginalized high school girls in Trenton has purchased a three-story house in the city that it now hopes to renovate into a permanent dwelling for the organization, one that would nearly quadruple its student population, while bringing its team of educators and administrators under one roof.

Joint venture buys Clifton medical office building for $16 million, C&W says

A partnership has purchased a nearly 63,000-square-foot medical office building in Clifton for $16 million, brokers with Cushman & Wakefield announced Thursday.

Cardio practice takes 6,500 sq. ft. in renewal, expansion at Larken property in Flemington

Larken Associates has negotiated a lease renewal and expansion to 6,456 square feet with a cardiology provider in Flemington.


As you’ll read in this month’s cover story, the large, high-profile office deal is alive and well in the pandemic’s aftermath, as blue-chip employers make major investments in their physical footprint. That’s evident by several outsized leases in New Jersey this year of 100,000 square feet or greater, and market experts say there are likely more to come, as corporations look to support their growth while creating a “commute-worthy” environment for its distributed workforce.

Murphy touts $49 million upgrade of New Brunswick train station, as development booms

The New Brunswick train station is a getting a nearly $50 million upgrade, thanks to an infusion of state funds detailed Friday by Gov. Phil Murphy and other officials.

DMR Architects: You build trust by trusting people
"You build trust by trusting people." — Lloyd Rosenberg, President & CEO That philosophy has allowed DMR Architects to become a top architecture, interior design and professional planning firm, with a practice that is among the industry’s most diverse and…
NAI Hanson completes lease to bring primary care practice to Wayne

NAI James E. Hanson has negotiated the lease of 2,521 square feet of medical office space in Wayne, the real estate services firm announced Tuesday.

Saint Peter’s unveils new ‘Panepinto Hall’ in honor of Jersey City developer, alumnus

Saint Peter’s University has opened a new residence hall in Jersey City that will be named after iconic developer Joseph A. Panepinto, an alumnus and longtime benefactor of the school.

NAI Hanson inks sale of Hackensack land site slated for 15,000 sq. ft. daycare center

Plans for a new daycare center in Hackensack are moving forward after the sale of a nearly half-acre development site for the facility, according to a broker with NAI James E. Hanson.