The developers of Journal Squared, a mixed-use development rising in Jersey City’s historic commercial hub, say the first of their three planned residential towers is open for business.
The resurrection of the Roche property in Nutley and Clifton is well underway — and Prism Capital Partners is already seeing tangible signs of the promise that its sprawling campus holds.
A new apartment building that has drawn renters from Newark’s health care and education sectors is now 80 percent leased, a mark that its developer says is validation of an emerging neighborhood in the city.
An eight-unit apartment building in North Bergen has a new owner, Marcus & Millichap said Wednesday after brokering the sale of the newly built property.
A mixed-use, 9,560-square-foot property in Manasquan has traded for $2.4 million, Marcus & Millichap said Tuesday.
Mack-Cali Realty Corp. is set to open the doors to a new 762-unit apartment tower in Jersey City and is pushing ahead with a $1 billion multifamily construction pipeline, the company said, as it finalized a plan to raise $300 million for acquisitions in the high-end rental space.
Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP has added a veteran commercial real estate attorney to help lead its redevelopment and land use practice.
Advance Realty, the developer of Harlow in Hoboken, announced Friday that the 140-unit property is more than 50 percent leased barely three months after opening.
With an uptick in demand that started last fall, lenders with Investors Bank have financed more than $100 million in commercial real estate transactions in recent weeks.
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