New Brunswick Development Corp. is forging ahead after a year in which it broke ground on more than $1.5 billion worth of projects — a milestone that’s all the more notable for a team that never does the same project twice.
Redevelopment activity in the New York Tristate Region is searching for direction. Post-pandemic, there is pressure to redefine business, retail and residential redevelopment programs. The revised target forces everyone to take a longer look and a broader view of the various impacts this redefinition may bring.
Nine tenants have combined to lease nearly 33,000 square feet of office space in Jersey City’s Newport section, in a series of newly announced deals by CBRE.
The Kislak Co. Inc. and Kislak Commercial Real Estate Services Inc. are reporting record investment sales and leasing activity in 2021, closing 242 transactions in six states.
Larken Associates has named a new human resource director to help guide its Branchburg-based team of 150 employees.
Every year has its ups and downs. Every market has highs and lows. Both were true when it came to New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector in 2021, a year that marked ongoing dominance for some asset classes, as COVID-19 continued to loom over others. Whether those trends endure in 2022 remains to be seen, but we’ve recruited some of the industry’s most prominent developers, service providers and insiders to help set the stage. You can find their predictions, insights and more in our special 2022 Market Forecast.
A veteran broker with The Blau & Berg Co. has taken the reins as the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors’ New Jersey chapter president.
An investor has purchased an 85,000-square-foot office building in Parsippany for $4.9 million, under a deal arranged by CBRE.
The owner of a pharmaceutical research and manufacturing complex in Plainsboro has put the property on the market for sale, brokerage firm NAI Fennelly said Tuesday.
The look, feel and function of the post-pandemic workplace is still uncertain, but a technology firm’s recent expansion in Jersey City is a reminder of why companies will still need office space going forward.