What does the year 2019 have in store for New Jersey’s commercial real estate market? We recruited some of the most influential developers, professionals and thought leaders in New Jersey commercial real estate to give us their predictions for the year ahead.
G.S. Wilcox & Co. is touting $170 million in recent loan activity with one of its correspondent lenders, including $100 million for two northern New Jersey apartment developers.
Advance Realty and DeBartolo Development have landed $70 million in financing for a recently completed, 286-unit apartment project in Harrison, in a deal arranged by brokers with HFF.
Amboy Bank is mourning the death of its longtime leader, George E. Scharpf, who spent more than 50 years with the Old Bridge-based community lender.
Jonathan Rose Cos. has sold a 360-unit, age-restricted affordable housing property in Newark for more than $47 million, according to brokers involved with the transaction.
Homestake Capital has hired a new director to help the firm add to its development and investment pipeline.
Amid the growth of more cost-effective, less disruptive forms of environmental cleanup, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services has packaged those technologies with its vast geotechnical and civil engineering platform, providing a creative, full-service option for clients seeking to redevelop contaminated sites.
A regional bank has sold a 170-acre parcel in Warren County, where three buyers are now weighing a range of potential uses.