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New Jersey has an unmatched location and a population that developers dream about. It’s no wonder the commercial real estate industry is flourishing and evolving across all segments of the market.

Report: Long-awaited residential tower coming to Bergen County

A new 13-story apartment and commercial building in Cliffside Park is slated to open its doors this summer after more than a decade of delays, according to a published report.

WCRE: Fitness, ninja training coming to Mount Laurel flex building

The operator of an indoor fitness and recreation park will occupy half of a 26,000-square-foot flex building in Mount Laurel, following a lease brokered by Wolf Commercial Real Estate.

Devco, Rutgers unveil bronze Scarlet Knight statue in New Brunswick (VIDEO)

The popular mixed-use development in New Brunswick known as The Yard @ College Avenue just got a bit more popular thanks to its newest addition — an eight-foot-tall bronze statue of a Rutgers University Scarlet Knight.

Ironstate, Mack-Cali launch leasing at new 69-story rental tower on Jersey City waterfront (PHOTOS)

Developers are off to a fast start at what is currently the tallest residential building in New Jersey, the distinctive waterfront tower known as Jersey City Urby.

Report: Deal to convert former Atlantic Club casino to water park falls through

A development group’s plans to redevelop the shuttered Atlantic Club casino as a water park have reportedly fallen through after a large investor pulled its funding from the project.

NAI Hanson: Contractor moving to Morris County after flex acquisition

An HVAC contractor has acquired and will relocate to a 27,248-square-foot industrial flex building in Randolph, under a deal arranged by brokers with NAI James E. Hanson.

Marcus & Millichap brokers sale of net-leased dollar store in Orange

A developer has sold an 8,020-square-foot Family Dollar property in Essex County for just over $2 million, according to Marcus & Millichap.

The suburbs need to adapt: A roadmap for towns to reinvent themselves

By Peter S. Reinhart We all get older until we don’t. During our lifetime, our bodies age and we do our best to slow down the process of aging, but inevitably the end arrives. The use of our land is…

Three promoted to VP at Garibaldi Group

The Garibaldi Group has promoted three sales associates who the firm says have been the driving force behind the office leasing team at the Bell Works redevelopment project in Holmdel.

Former gas station site in West Caldwell sold, slated for redevelopment

A local developer has acquired a former gas station site in West Caldwell that has approvals to be rebuilt as a retail bank, in a sale brokered by NAI James E. Hanson.