RXR Realty has completed the $368 million sale of six office buildings in Short Hills and Madison to Mack-Cali Realty Corp., according to HFF, in a high-profile trade involving one of the state’s most high-end suburban submarkets.
Experts say the struggles of New Jersey’s suburban office market are not as clear-cut as many still believe. Those challenges are in fact real, but there are still plenty of opportunities for owners and developers to make a splash.
A rendering of the planned upgrades at 340 Mount Kemble Ave. in Morris Township — Courtesy: Onyx Equities By Joshua Burd As Tim Greiner will tell you, there are two things that can’t be changed when an owner is renovating…
Prism Capital Partners and an institutional partner have sold their flagship BroadAcres Office Park a decade after acquiring the four-building, 380,000-square-foot campus in Bloomfield.
Two health care and life sciences companies have found new homes in Morris County, following a set of leases brokered by NAI James E. Hanson.
A women’s medical practice has leased more than 16,000 square feet at a medical office campus in Voorhees, Wolf Commercial Real Estate said.
Three prominent South Jersey companies, including the insurance firm run by business and political leader George E. Norcross III, have unveiled plans to move their headquarters to Camden under a proposed $245 million office tower on the city’s waterfront.
Several of New Jersey’s largest, most prominent life sciences complexes are now on the path toward redevelopment, with new anchor tenants in place or new owners that can reclaim the value of what was left behind.
In the most high-profile cases, a team at JLL has been right in the thick of it.