Office

New Jersey’s office market is evolving by the day, but this fact remains: The state’s location and educated workforce make it a highly desirable place for tenants of all shapes and sizes.

Point Pleasant-based architect named AIA-NJ president-elect

The New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects has installed Verity L. Frizzell as its president-elect, the organization announced.

How could a Trump administration affect CRE in New Jersey? Experts weigh in

With inauguration day on the horizon, there has been no slowdown in speculation over how a Donald Trump presidency will impact the commercial real estate sector.

Aberdeen tax breaks aim to spur investment on Route 35

Local officials in Aberdeen have unveiled new incentives to encourage new commercial development and improvements to existing buildings around the township’s Route 35 corridor.

NGKF: North Jersey building offers ‘rare opportunity’ for office tenants

A brokerage team is offering a “blank canvas” at a Passaic County office park, where it is marketing a fully vacant building that is slated to undergo a series of upgrades.

Developer, township unveil plans for Bell Works library

A new state-of-the-art public library will be part of the sprawling, mixed-use environment that is taking shape at the redeveloped former Bell Labs complex in Holmdel.

Camden office building welcomes YMCA branch

A southern New Jersey YMCA branch has leased 2,250 square feet at a downtown Camden office building, according to Wolf Commercial Real Estate.

CBRE brokers $24M bridge loan for ex-MetLife building

The Provident Bank has provided a $24 million loan for a developer to refinance a vacant office building in Hanover, under a transaction arranged by CBRE.

Berger acquires 18-story Newark office tower

A Newark property owner has added a well-known office tower to its portfolio in the city, following a deal arranged by brokers with HFF.

Somerset County office building ‘with upside potential’ changes hands

A private buyer has acquired a 161,217-square-foot office building in the Somerset section of Franklin, HFF announced Tuesday.

State OKs $20M incentive for parking deck at new med school

State officials have approved a $20 million tax credit to help support the construction of a new parking and retail structure in Clifton, in what they say is a key part of the planned Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at the former Hoffman-LaRoche campus.