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.

Newark approvals include tax abatement for second ‘Shaq Tower’

A proposed 370-unit apartment tower in Newark has secured a 30-year tax abatement, as city officials move to advance a series of planned developments despite the pandemic.

Second phase of JMF project in Plainfield set to welcome first residents

JMF Properties is just weeks away from welcoming its first residents to the second piece of a new luxury apartment complex in Plainfield, the developer announced this week.

Pennrose, Marketing Directors resume in-person tours at New Brunswick high-rise

The leasing team at a new 207-unit apartment tower in New Brunswick has resumed in-person showings, while still offering virtual options for prospective renters.

Jersey City: Leasing, occupancy timeline revealed for new 148-unit rental building

One of Jersey City’s newest luxury residential buildings is nearing completion, with the launch of leasing only weeks away and occupancy slated for soon thereafter.

Seller reaps $7.3 million in 64-unit Newton apartment deal, Kislak says

A private owner has reaped $7.3 million from the sale of two garden apartment complexes in Sussex County, brokers with The Kislak Co. Inc. announced Tuesday.

Denholtz adds first-ever director of development among newest hires

Denholtz Properties has bolstered its in-house development and construction teams with three new hires, as it looks to manage and grow its pipeline of projects in the region.

Leasing at Hoboken rental building still strong as in-person tours resume

A new 424-unit apartment building in Hoboken has resumed in-person tours, following a successful spring in which leasing agents used virtual showings to lure prospective renters.

Zinder: Princeton apartments open after conversion of historic building

A local architect is touting the conversion of a historic building in Princeton to a new 10-unit residential property, bringing much-needed housing to the university town.

Maplewood rental project inks construction financing, JLL says

A developer has secured construction financing for a project that will bring new apartments and commercial space to downtown Maplewood, in a newly announced transaction by JLL.

Kolakowski named NJBA chief executive

The New Jersey Builders Association has tapped a longtime member of its leadership and government affairs team as its new CEO.