One of the largest office buildings in Central Jersey is being torn down to make way for two state-of-the-art distribution centers just off the New Jersey Turnpike.
Four industrial tenants have signed new leases in central New Jersey, following a series of deals brokered by Bussel Realty Corp.
More than ever before, the race for space is on for industrial tenants seeking a short drive to Manhattan and the rest of the nation’s biggest consumer market. It’s why the state is teeming with new development up and down the New Jersey Turnpike.
Development might be booming in New Jersey’s red hot industrial market, but it’s a small group of institutional players that have seized the opportunity in the biggest way.
The owner of a refrigerated warehouse in Jersey City has obtained a $5 million loan to refinance the property, CBRE Group announced Friday.
The Rockefeller Group has marked another step in its high-profile redevelopment plan in Florham Park — and it’s preparing to celebrate another project less than 20 miles away.
An online furniture seller has leased a 143,000-square-foot warehouse in Elizabeth to help support its rapid growth, following a deal brokered by Colliers International.
A contracting firm has paid $625,000 to acquire a 31,550-square-foot industrial building in Brooklawn, Colliers International said Tuesday.
A trio of industrial tenants have inked leases in central New Jersey in a series of deals arranged by Zimmel Associates, the Edison-based brokerage firm said Monday.