The escalating coronavirus crisis rippled through New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector on Thursday, as two top trade associations were among those to postpone upcoming events.
A financial services firm has leased more than 3,000 square feet of office space in Burlington County, in a newly announced transaction by Vantage Real Estate Services.
SJP Properties has promoted two executives to key leadership posts, seeking to position the firm for continued growth as a developer and as a provider of third-party services.
The Garibaldi Group has made another addition to its team, hiring a veteran New Jersey broker to specialize in office and industrial transactions.
Colliers International has agreed to acquire a controlling interest in Maser Consulting P.A., a Red Bank-based engineering and consulting design firm, in a bid to expand its line of services for clients in commercial real estate and other sectors.
A new public-private alliance has emerged in East Brunswick, where local leaders and a development team have united to revive a stretch of blighted retail property on Route 18.
The Morris County Chamber of Commerce has renewed its nearly 4,500-square-foot lease at a Florham Park office building, under a newly announced transaction by CBRE.
A treatment center is taking nearly 4,500 square feet at a Cherry Hill office building, in a newly completed transaction by Wolf Commercial Real Estate.
Alfred Sanzari Enterprises has signed lease renewals with five law firms at its well-known, three-building office complex in Hackensack’s government district.