A landlord has kicked off a renovation of a well-known office building in Woodbridge, having tapped Avison Young to spearhead the multimillion-dollar project.
R.J. Brunelli & Co. has bolstered its brokerage team with a 22-year veteran of retail real estate.
Connell Foley LLP has tapped a veteran attorney as the new co-chair of its construction practice.
Turner Construction has named a longtime construction executive as its new leader for the New Jersey region.
The board of a 22-story condominium building in Union City has tapped a design firm to create a plan for modernizing the 55-year-old property.
Wolf Commercial Real Estate has made another addition to its team, tapping a veteran industry executive as its new director of property management.
NAI James E. Hanson has announced three new hires aimed at bolstering its research and brokerage teams.
Di Cara | Rubino Architects has named three new principals after a series of promotions at the Wayne-based firm.
Construction and development has time and time again proven to be an unpredictable environment. That is especially evident in today’s climate amidst the rollercoaster of material and labor costs, shifting demand of assets and challenges navigating political landscapes. For any novice or even seasoned property owner, this provides an extra layer of challenges when it comes to development. A proactive solution for owners to mitigate risk and explore additional value is to secure a strong Construction Manager.