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.

NAI DiLeo-Bram: Developer eyes luxury rental project after acquiring Cranford warehouse

A developer has acquired the site of a 28,000-square-foot warehouse in Cranford, where it’s now seeking approvals to build a 75-unit luxury apartment building.

Jersey City: Newly opened micro-apartment building hits the market for sale

A developer is seeking a buyer for a newly completed, 122-unit collection of so-called micro-apartments in Jersey City, in an offering by JLL’s New Jersey capital markets team.

Vango set to begin 60-unit second phase of Rutherford multifamily complex

A developer is set to expand its footprint in Rutherford after securing approvals for a new 60-unit luxury apartment building alongside a recently completed property in the downtown.

FirstService executive promoted to vice president of sales for east region

FirstService Residential has named a new vice president of sales for its east region.

KRE, National eye final phase of Journal Squared after lease-up of 704-unit second tower

A development team has leased up a new 704-unit luxury apartment tower in Jersey City, paving the way for the final phase of a landmark project in the historic Journal Square neighborhood.

Marcus inks sale of Monmouth development site slated for 360 apartments

A developer has acquired a parcel in Monmouth County with the opportunity to build as many as 360 apartments on the site, in a newly announced transaction by Marcus & Millichap.

Sussex County apartment owner refis for $31 million, Progress says

The longtime owner of a 240-unit apartment complex in Sussex County has refinanced for more than $31 million, according to a debt placement team with Progress Capital.

Tulfra plans 265,000 sq. ft. self-storage, parking facility at newly acquired Jersey City site

Tulfra Real Estate has purchased a site in Jersey City that it says will tap into the demand for both parking and self-storage in the booming municipality.

Hackensack: Two-way traffic is back on Main Street, in critical step for city’s revival

Business leaders in Hackensack are hailing the long-awaited return of two-way traffic on Main Street, a change that will likely accelerate the ongoing revival of the city’s downtown.

Denholtz expands construction, finance teams with five new hires

Denholtz Properties has announced five new hires, with an eye toward bolstering its internal construction and finance teams in the wake of the pandemic.