Solar Landscape has become a key player with a visible presence in New Jersey’s commercial real estate industry, having leased more than 20 million square feet of rooftop space for its solar projects.
Six companies have signed new leases for office space at Bell Works, while another five tenants have renewed or expanded at the sprawling campus in Holmdel.
The Marlboro-based practice known as Private Lender Law is teaming with a digital loan management platform in a bid to further streamline its closing services for clients.
The Connell Co. has unveiled a collection of more than 9,000 solar panels at its flagship campus in Berkeley Heights, the latest addition to the 185-acre property known as The Park.
The real estate industry has become a growing target for cyberattacks. Real estate transactions require valuable and sensitive information, including personal and financial details for buyers, sellers and real estate organizations.
Ten years ago, Superstorm Sandy slammed into New Jersey, killing 38 people, devastating coastal areas, inflicting billions of dollars in damage and causing power outages for millions of residents and businesses for weeks. For many, it was a turning point that changed the way they invested and did business. Given today’s accelerating pace of life-altering disruptions — the pandemic, inflation, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, extreme weather events — I believe New Jerseyans are ready to modify their behavior to reduce their risk and financial exposure to the adverse impacts from climate change.
A new technology platform by Marcus & Millichap is primed to draw additional investors to New Jersey’s commercial real estate market, while helping locally based owners find opportunities beyond the Garden State.
Signature Acquisitions has installed a 3.75-megawat solar energy system covering more than 200,000 square feet of rooftop across 16 office buildings in New Jersey.
Every day brings news about the market growth of electric vehicles. But before the conversion to fully electric, self-driving vehicles comes to fruition, New Jersey must provide the infrastructure for this coming transportation revolution to thrive.