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.

Redevelopment to bring new commercial space, housing to Red Bank

A developer is on the verge of beginning work at a redevelopment site in Red Bank, where it plans to rehabilitate a commercial building and build two three-story residential properties.

After 65 years, Lodi apartment complex owner sells for $100M

The longtime owner of a 642-unit garden apartment complex in Bergen County has sold the property for $100 million, in a sale brokered by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.

Developers, city officials mark grand reopening of historic Hahne’s building in Newark

It was around 2013 when developers first pitched the idea of creating a dynamic, mixed-use destination at the iconic former Hahne & Co. department store in downtown Newark. But it’s fair to say that, for thousands of city residents, the project was 30 years in the making.

With a new name, mixed-use park around Prudential Center moves forward

Public officials and business leaders gathered Wednesday to unveil new details about plans to transform the surface lots around the Prudential Center into a dynamic, mixed-use park area that connects Newark Penn Station to the city’s downtown and Ironbound neighborhoods.

Experts dissect, gauge impact of affordable housing ruling

A ruling by the state Supreme Court on Wednesday is being hailed as a victory for affordable housing advocates and developers, but reaction from other experts and stakeholders was mixed, as they worked to understand what the decision would mean going forward.

N.J. Supreme Court rules towns must count ‘gap years’ in affordable housing obligations

New Jersey towns and cities must account for more than 15 years of unmet need in determining their affordable housing obligations, the state Supreme Court has ruled, paving the way for the development of tens of thousands low- and moderate-income units statewide.

Point Pleasant-based architect named AIA-NJ president-elect

The New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects has installed Verity L. Frizzell as its president-elect, the organization announced.

How could a Trump administration affect CRE in New Jersey? Experts weigh in

With inauguration day on the horizon, there has been no slowdown in speculation over how a Donald Trump presidency will impact the commercial real estate sector.

Aberdeen tax breaks aim to spur investment on Route 35

Local officials in Aberdeen have unveiled new incentives to encourage new commercial development and improvements to existing buildings around the township’s Route 35 corridor.

Developer, township unveil plans for Bell Works library

A new state-of-the-art public library will be part of the sprawling, mixed-use environment that is taking shape at the redeveloped former Bell Labs complex in Holmdel.