In our July issue, we detail the efforts of New Jersey’s largest brokerage and service firms to support diversity and inclusion among their employees. This is nothing new for industry giants like CBRE, JLL and Cushman & Wakefield, but it’s become increasingly clear that these efforts are critical to recruitment, retention and overall employee culture. It’s why you’ll find these firms taking pains to promote and cultivate networking groups tied to gender, racial, lifestyle and other forms of diversity. That only stands to grow in our own local market and globally.
Hollister Construction Services has acquired a Marlton-based builder and general contractor, expanding its reach into southern New Jersey and Philadelphia.
The Hampshire Cos. has named a new head of development, tapping one of its longtime professionals to spearhead its growing pipeline in New Jersey and nationally.
With roots that date back more than 100 years, a Parsippany-based firm that provides janitorial, security, concierge and other services has seen its business spike in recent years amid the wave of new construction and new ownership within the multifamily space.
An operator of assisted living facilities is expanding a location in Burlington County as part of a newly announced project that is being designed and managed by the Kimmerle Group.
Newmark Associates has bolstered its sales team with two former residential brokers, the latest new hires for the Cedar Knolls-based firm.
Vantage Real Estate Services has hired a 35-year commercial real estate industry veteran as its new director of investment sales.
Hollister Construction Services and Bohler Engineering hosted their 4th annual Charity Cornhole Tournament in early May, raising $55,000 for Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center in Newark and Daytop New Jersey.
Tenant advisory firm Savills has added a new service line focused on helping clients deal with surplus real estate, hiring a longtime industry executive to oversee the practice.