Residential & Mixed Use

The construction boom in New Jersey is no more evident than in the multifamily and mixed-use sector, thanks to changing demographics and the demand for urban-style living, even in the suburbs.

Accurate breaks ground on 325-unit rental project in Parsippany

Accurate has started construction on a project that will bring 325 new apartments to a 26-acre site in Parsippany, adding to its fast-growing residential portfolio in the region.

Fields Grade, Slokker unveil 109-unit second phase of The Mint in Rahway

Fields Grade and The Slokker Group have launched leasing at the second piece of a new luxury apartment development in downtown Rahway, the firms announced Monday.

Newark issues RFQ for builders, nonprofits for new equitable growth housing initiative

The city of Newark has issued a call for experienced contractors, developers and nonprofits for a new program to make housing more affordable and, in the process, expand opportunities for minority- and women-owned firms in real estate.

Redevelopment of Parsippany office park comes with multilayered approach to sustainability

The transformation of a suburban office park in Parsippany — one of New Jersey’s most closely watched redevelopment projects — comes with a heavy focus on sustainability, including a plan to seek certification with the U.S. Green Building Council for the entire 45-acre community.

Jersey City Summit, high-profile development showcase, set to return May 22

The popular Jersey City Summit is set to return on May 22, marking its eighth year as it prepares to welcome more than 1,000 attendees for the annual real estate industry showcase.

Hampshire snags $62 million construction loan for 270-unit Hackensack rental project

An affiliate of The Hampshire Cos. has landed a $62 million construction loan for a 270-unit apartment building in downtown Hackensack, in a newly announced deal by Northmarq.

What is the next must-have amenity, perk or design feature in new apartment buildings?

What is the next must-have amenity, perk or design feature in new apartment buildings? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.

Leaders in New Jersey housing, redevelopment pay tribute to late Sen. Ron Rice

The death of former state Sen. Ronald Rice resonated throughout New Jersey this week, drawing tributes from groups including those involved in housing and urban redevelopment.

Westfield council greenlights HBC redevelopment of Lord & Taylor site, nearby lots

Local officials in Westfield have cleared the way for the Hudson’s Bay Co. to redevelop a vacant Lord & Taylor site and several adjacent blocks downtown, with plans calling for more than 300,000 square feet of office space and some 200 residential units.

Developers ink $58 million refi of 240-unit Journal Square rental building, JLL says

The owners of a six-year-old, 240-unit luxury apartment building in Jersey City have closed on $58 million in financing for the property, according to a debt placement team with JLL.