Less than a month after hosting a forum for local residents and other stakeholders, the former Hoffmann-LaRoche campus will welcome aspiring commercial real estate professionals.
A developer has acquired an 81,000-square-foot office building in East Hanover, with plans to renovate the property and reposition it as a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center.
By Joshua Burd As one of the state’s fastest-growing firms, Hollister Construction Services has bolstered its team with an executive who is well-versed in managing large-scale construction portfolios. The Parsippany-based firm has hired Christopher Cestone as its new vice president…
Gov. Phil Murphy has thrown his support behind a high-profile redevelopment project in New Brunswick, pledging to create a focal point for research and innovation that will feed sectors such as health care, higher education and technology.
The state’s commercial real estate industry is mourning the loss of Todd Anderson, a longtime executive with The Hampshire Cos. who died suddenly this past weekend at age 58.
For all the time we’ve spent highlighting New Jersey’s glut of sprawling, vacant corporate campuses, it’s easy to lose sight of just how many of them have been rescued in recent years by some of the state’s boldest and most inventive developers. Those success stories are worth telling, which is why we often do at Real Estate NJ. But there are underlying trends or nuances in some of those projects that don’t get as much attention on a day-to-day basis. Like how a crop of innovative, lesser-known biotech and pharmaceutical firms are backfilling space at the former research campuses of Sanofi and Hoffmann-LaRoche, helping to stabilize those sites as their new owners pursue larger redevelopment plans.
For an apartment complex that will be built on university-owned land, the concept of a smart home seems all too fitting. That will be the case for a new 144-unit project by KKF Enterprises, part of a sweeping redevelopment on the western side of Jersey City.
By Joshua Burd Hollister Construction Services has announced nearly a dozen promotions within its executive and project delivery teams. The Parsippany-based firm said that both Brendan Murray and Matt Higgins have been promoted to the role of executive vice president.…
Local residents were among those who turned out this week for a forum tied to Prism Capital Partners’ plans for the former Hoffmann-LaRoche campus in Nutley and Clifton, as the developer sought to highlight the shifts in demographics, corporate strategy and lifestyle choices that are now driving New Jersey’s economy.