A real estate firm has added to its portfolio in its hometown of Branchburg, acquiring a 90,000-square-foot office complex along Route 22.
We set out this month to look at the role of technology companies in New Jersey’s office market. The tech sector certainly isn’t the dominant industry in the state’s economy, but it has provided a rare source of job growth in the last few years that has resulted in new office requirements. We’ve seen companies such as Audible, iCIMS and Jet.com lease space in New Jersey thanks to both state incentives and the type of organic growth that landlords would love to see continue.
Global architecture firm Gensler has added to its team in New Jersey with the hiring of a new strategist in its Morristown office.
Less than six months after starting construction on a new technology center in Montvale, KMPG LLP reportedly is seeking to expand its footprint in the borough once again.
A bodybuilding and weight loss solutions company has subleased 11,200 square feet at Robert Treat Center in Newark, according to brokers with Colliers International Group.
The wide, light-filled hallways inside Building 78 are lined with glass panels that offer a look into the businesses that have moved into Kearny Point — from a wedding dress designer to a 3D printer to venture capital-backed research labs. All signs point to a project that has succeeded in creating diversity at the 207,000-square-foot flex office space, where the first tenant committed in late 2015.
Alfred Sanzari Enterprises has added another law firm to its tenant roster at Court Plaza, a 335,000-square-foot office complex in downtown Hackensack.
A third generation has joined the leadership team at Key Properties LLC, a Teaneck-based developer and real estate management firm.