The Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School has hired a veteran finance executive to help oversee its growth in the years ahead, the program announced Wednesday.
Uber may have unveiled a new partnership with a New Jersey developer earlier this week, but it’s just one of the steps that the ridesharing service has taken — and is planning for the future — to work hand in hand with the real estate industry and other business sectors.
A company official detailed some of those other affiliations last week, speaking directly to a crowd of NAIOP New Jersey members and professionals in Elizabeth.
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.
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.
The rebirth of a once-vacant Lucent Technologies building in Middletown is all but complete, as Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center prepares to open a new state-of-the-art treatment facility at the former office property.
A developer has hired Cushman & Wakefield to oversee leasing for 14,400 square feet of medical office space under development in Franklin Lakes, the brokerage said Friday.
The academic director at Rutgers University’s real estate program has been elected to serve on the board of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, the school announced.
A private equity group has expanded and upgraded a former nursing center in Brick, completing a nearly $3 million repositioning it launched after acquiring the property in late 2014.
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.