Transwestern’s New Jersey office announced it has been recognized for the fourth straight year for its work environment and quality of life for employees, one of several real estate-related firms in the state to earn the distinction this year.
Colliers International Group has opened a new location in Middlesex County as part of an expansion in the state that the firm says will only continue.
A new 450,000-square-foot industrial building in South Brunswick is at full occupancy after its developer signed leases with two logistics providers, according to CBRE Group Inc.
Big box leases continued to drive New Jersey’s industrial market to start the year, keeping a lid on vacancy as speculative construction carries on throughout the region.
NAI James E. Hanson has expanded its industrial brokerage team with the addition of a new sales associate, the real estate services firm announced Thursday.
More than 100 commercial real estate industry hopefuls gathered in Newark recently for the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s annual career seminar.
A warehouse and storage firm has leased 92,000 square feet at a Burlington County industrial building, according to brokers with Bussel Realty Corp.
E-commerce, today’s retail model, is growing rapidly, as products and technology evolve and consumers come to rely on the ease and convenience of online shopping. In addition to its much-talked-about impact on the overall retail picture, e-commerce has been a key driver for industrial real estate, especially in those well-situated locations that facilitate a speedy and low-cost way of delivering goods to consumers.
No matter the asset class, commercial real estate in New Jersey is changing in a big way.
That was the message of industry leaders earlier this week as some 350 owners, brokers and other professionals gathered for the annual Developer’s Night hosted by IOREBA, or the Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association.
NAI Mertz might be the largest independent commercial real estate brokerage in southern New Jersey, but Barry Mertz will never forget the company’s humble beginnings.
After all, working with his wife Faye is a daily reminder of how it all started.