Last month I alluded to how quickly things can change during a situation such as a pandemic, especially one that has so dramatically impacted our economy. That is certainly still the case in New Jersey, but the good news is that (as of now), things may be changing for the better.
A private investor has sold a three-building, 37-unit apartment portfolio in Paterson for nearly $6.3 million, according to brokers with The Kislak Co. Inc.
The developer of a 180-unit apartment building in East Orange has tapped The Blau & Berg Co. to market the property’s ground-floor commercial space.
Carol Ann Short, the CEO of the New Jersey Builders Association, is stepping down after three decades with the influential trade organization.
A busy 1,250-space parking structure in Hoboken has hit the market for sale, with the potential to command a price of around $40 million.
AvalonBay Communities Inc. has sold a 216-unit apartment complex in Monmouth County, brokers with JLL announced Tuesday after marketing the property.
A developer has broken ground on a large mixed-use project in Hillsborough, where plans call for 191 luxury apartments and some 28,000 square feet of retail space.
Roseland Residential Trust has rebranded a trio of luxury apartment buildings in Jersey City, seeking to streamline leasing across the portfolio of more than 1,200 units.
Construction is well underway for a planned 75-unit apartment building in Union, the second phase of a project to transform one of the township’s busiest thoroughfares.
A bill that would create a $100 million rental assistance program in New Jersey — one that has drawn support from the apartment industry — is now awaiting action by Gov. Phil Murphy.