An affiliate of Prism Capital Partners has closed on its purchase of the former Hoffman-La Roche campus in Nutley and Clifton, clearing the way for the developer to recreate the 116-acre site with a mix of new commercial tenants, retailers and residential development.
Poskanzer Skott Architects has designed an expansion of a life sciences facility in Allendale for a longtime client focused on the cell therapy industry, the firm announced Wednesday.
Hollister Construction Services has completed a new 14,400-square-foot recreational facility for Gill St. Bernard’s School in Gladstone, the construction management firm said Tuesday.
A three-story, 13,740-square-foot medical office building in Elmwood Park has changed hands under a deal orchestrated by NAI James E. Hanson.
Thomas Edison State University has marked the opening of a new building in Trenton that is home to its nursing school and a student advising center, according to the Times of Trenton.
The west side of Jersey City is poised for a major transformation, thanks to a set of development projects that are planned for more than 20 acres around New Jersey City University.
A major piece of Rutgers University’s sweeping redevelopment effort in New Brunswick has opened its doors — as evidenced by the 465 students who moved in this past weekend.
Built by New Brunswick Development Corp., or Devco, The Yard @ College Avenue includes 160 apartments for undergraduates and some 15,000 square feet of retail space. At the center of the 14-story, U-shaped apartment building is a 25,000-square-foot public green space and a 320-square-foot outdoor LED monitor.
The roughly $90 million project, which sits at the corner of College Avenue and Hamilton Street, is one component of historic makeover at Rutgers’ College Avenue campus. The effort represents more than $300 million in total investment and has been touted as a way to put New Brunswick on par with other major college towns across the country.
The opening of The Yard follows last year’s completion of a 550-bed honors college along George Street and a newly built facility for the New Brunswick Theological Seminary, which was relocated in order to make way for the Rutgers project. Next week, Devco and Rutgers are slated to open the university’s first academic building on the campus in decades.
Kimmerle Group, an architectural and interior design company offering real estate planning and development services, has announced that Patrick J. Luzzi of Randolph has joined the firm as managing director.