Solar energy developer Solar Landscape has completed a new installation atop a self-storage complex in Monmouth County, while marking a milestone in a key state program.
Pfister Energy has hired a 15-year solar industry veteran as a senior vice president for project origination.
Denholtz Properties is unveiling a new mobile app for tenant engagement across its office portfolio, under a newly announced partnership with a leading technology company.
Camden city officials are now focusing on quality-of-life improvements that they feel will help draw new residents, following decades of population declines and years of corporate and institutional projects spurred by lucrative, often-controversial tax breaks from the state,
How can the construction industry become more sustainable? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
Solar Landscape has completed its eighth and final project under the first year of a state program that uses commercial-scale installations to create discounted energy for residents.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology unveiled the new Paul Profeta Real Estate Technology, Design and Innovation Center, made possible by the largest-ever gift to the Newark-based university.
What is ESG — or environmental, social and governance? It is basically a framework to assess how a commercial real estate portfolio manages risks and opportunities resulting from shifting conditions, market and otherwise, to environmental, social and economic systems. Environmental criteria address a company’s impact on and stewardship of the environment. Social criteria refer to how a company manages relationships with and creates value for stakeholders, such as customers, employees, suppliers, communities and shareholders. Governance criteria refer to a company’s leadership and management philosophy, practices, policies, internal controls and shareholder rights, including diversity, equity and inclusion and transparency of procedures and decision-making.
Larken Associates has announced a promotion on its residential accounting team as part of a plan to further implement a key technology platform.
Every year has its ups and downs. Every market has highs and lows. Both were true when it came to New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector in 2021, a year that marked ongoing dominance for some asset classes, as COVID-19 continued to loom over others. Whether those trends endure in 2022 remains to be seen, but we’ve recruited some of the industry’s most prominent developers, service providers and insiders to help set the stage. You can find their predictions, insights and more in our special 2022 Market Forecast.