For nearly three months, attorneys representing the New Jersey Builders Association, the Fair Share Housing Center, several municipalities and others have been convening in a Trenton courtroom before Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson. The case centers on the disputed affordable housing obligations for five towns in Mercer County — West Windsor, Robbinsville, East Windsor, Hopewell and Princeton — but its impact could turn out to be even greater.
A rendering of a planned performing arts center in New Brunswick’s cultural center. — Courtesy: ElkusManfredi Architects By Joshua Burd Rutgers University has approved plans to contribute more than a quarter of the $60 million cost to build a new…
The Economic Development Authority is marketing an 8.75-acre waterfront redevelopment site in the city, as a host of high-profile development projects and investments continue nearby.
Along with a new opportunity, a potential statewide push for affordable housing comes with a touch of irony for developers like Pennrose.
More than 100 commercial real estate industry hopefuls gathered in Newark recently for the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s annual career seminar.
At its annual gala, the New Jersey chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council honored the AeroFarms project in Newark and presented five awards and three honorable mentions to sustainably built projects in New Jersey.
A sprawling garden apartment community outside Princeton is on the market to investors seeking a property in a high-barrier-to entry suburb, according to brokers with HFF.
Woodmont Properties has started construction on another transit-centric residential development in Middlesex County, this time in South Amboy at a site along the Raritan Bay.
An investor has acquired three apartment properties in Elizabeth as part of a $10.5 million portfolio sale arranged by Gebroe-Hammer Associates, the brokerage firm said Monday.
No matter the asset class, commercial real estate in New Jersey is changing in a big way.
That was the message of industry leaders earlier this week as some 350 owners, brokers and other professionals gathered for the annual Developer’s Night hosted by IOREBA, or the Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association.