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.

Edgewood expands veterans housing program within growing New Jersey portfolio

With Veterans Day approaching, Edgewood Properties has announced an expansion of a program that helps provide housing to military service members.

CBRE inks apartment sales in Essex, Middlesex totaling $10.6 million

An investor has sold a five-building, 28-unit apartment complex in Belleville for nearly $4 million, in the largest of three newly announced transactions by CBRE.

Veteran finance exec rejoins FirstService Residential on east region team

FirstService Residential has named a new executive vice president of finance for its east region, tapping a former member of its team who is returning after two years.

Developers break ground on housing, nonprofit space at Paterson mill property

A joint venture has broken ground in Paterson on a $26 million project that will bring affordable housing and space for a local nonprofit to the site of a historic mill building.

KRE marks expansion of Bayonne project with launch of 213-unit rental property

Kushner Real Estate Group is set to unveil more than 200 new upscale apartments in Bayonne, marking the second leg of a three-phase project in the city’s waterfront redevelopment area.

Developer plans 75 apartments, entertainment space at historic Fort Monmouth complex

A developer has purchased 20 acres at Fort Monmouth, with plans to convert a series of historic buildings to create 75 apartments and new commercial and entertainment space.

Developer, local officials mark start of 337-unit rental project in Jersey City

A developer has broken ground on a new 337-unit luxury apartment building in Jersey City, marking the latest investment in the city’s fast-growing West Side neighborhood.

Third-party inspectors would solve shrinkage of public employees

As of this writing, legislation to facilitate the timely review and inspection of construction activities, which have been on the rebound now that the worst of the pandemic is behind us, is awaiting Gov. Phil Murphy’s signature. We need the third-party option because the number of public-sector inspectors has substantially diminished over the last 10 years and will continue to do so.

Jersey City, MBC unveil 1.5-acre park in growing residential neighborhood

A new public park has opened in Jersey City, serving as a focal point for thousands of apartments that have helped revive a depressed industrial area near the Holland Tunnel.

CBRE: AvalonBay eyes 301-unit multifamily project in Princeton after deal with KABR

100 and 101 Thanet Circle in Princeton — Courtesy: CBRE By Joshua Burd A developer has acquired a two-building, 110,000-square-foot office complex in Princeton with plans to repurpose the site into more than 300 apartments, brokers with CBRE announced. The…