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.

Loft-style apartments in Newton trade for $22.6 million, Kislak says

An investor has purchased a 101-unit, loft-style apartment building in Newton for nearly $23 million, in a newly announced transaction by The Kislak Co. Inc.

Ironstate, Pegasus continue momentum at latest Harrison apartment building

A joint venture has leased more than three-quarters of a new 310-unit luxury apartment development in Harrison, signaling continued interest in the town’s revitalized riverfront.

Jumani named Tulfra CEO in expanded leadership role with development firm

Tulfra Real Estate President Sonny Jumani is assuming the title of CEO, expanding his leadership role with the Rochelle Park-based development firm.

Newark apartment building trades for $1.7 million, Marcus says

A private investor has sold a recently updated, 12-unit apartment building in Newark for more than $1.7 million, in a transaction by brokers with Marcus & Millichap.

C&W: Developer wanted for 271-acre development site at Princeton Forrestal Center

Princeton University is seeking a buyer for more than 270 acres along Route 1, where local officials have approved a broad mix of commercial, research, hospitality and residential uses.

What challenges do New Jersey’s cities and downtowns face coming out of the pandemic?

What challenges do New Jersey’s cities and downtowns face coming out of the pandemic? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.

With return to work on the horizon, apartments in transit hubs show signs of a rebound

A return to the office could help bring commuters back to urban employment hubs such as Manhattan, lifting the market for transit-centric apartments in northern New Jersey.

C&W: Cliffside Park apartment, medical office property fetches $6.1 million

An investor has acquired a multifamily and medical office property in Cliffside Park for $6.1 million, under a newly announced transaction by Cushman & Wakefield.

Jersey City outlines enhanced high-rise inspections in wake of deadly collapse in Florida

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop has unveiled legislation to strengthen inspections requirements for high-rise buildings in the city, citing the recent deadly collapse of a condo tower in South Florida and the concerns of residents in his own municipality.

Diversified, North Jersey Builders tout lease-up of East Rutherford rental building

A joint venture has completed its lease-up of a new 35-unit luxury apartment building in East Rutherford.