Aspen acquires 83,000 sq. ft. industrial, office portfolio in Burlington in distressed asset deal

Private equity firm Aspen Real Estate has acquired nearly 83,000 square feet of industrial and office space at the junction of two key thoroughfares in Burlington Township.

Supportive housing program Cohome honors real estate leaders while celebrating ADA

Members of the state’s commercial real estate industry were among the honorees at a recent gala hosted by Cohome, a program that creates housing opportunities for adults with disabilities.

Healthy foods maker Hain Celestial inks lease for new headquarters in Hoboken

The maker of Terra vegetable chips, Celestial Seasonings tea and other foods is moving to Hoboken, where it will lease space at SJP Properties’ Waterfront Corporate Center.

Signs of life at Kushner Cos. project in Journal Square, report says

Local officials in Jersey City are set to consider a revamped version of the high-rise project at the center of a controversy earlier this year involving the family of Jared Kushner, a published report said.

KPMG mulling another expansion in Montvale, report says

Less than six months after starting construction on a new technology center in Montvale, KMPG LLP reportedly is seeking to expand its footprint in the borough once again.

State approves plan for Atlantic City beer garden, report says

The owner of a site near the Atlantic City Boardwalk is one step closer to building a beer garden at the location this summer, following approval by a state authority on Tuesday.

Report: Long-awaited residential tower coming to Bergen County

A new 13-story apartment and commercial building in Cliffside Park is slated to open its doors this summer after more than a decade of delays, according to a published report.

Straub looks to reopen former Revel casino by June 15, report says

The former Revel casino hotel in Atlantic City — Courtesy: Governor’s Office/Tim Larsen By Real Estate NJ Glenn Straub, the owner of the former Revel casino in Atlantic City, said he now plans to reopen the shuttered property in less…

Developers plan $35 million mixed-use project in Burlington City, report says

A joint venture is one step closer toward redeveloping a parking lot in Burlington City into 184 apartments and nearly 8,000 square feet of retail space along the Delaware River.

Town alleges conflict of interest in affordable housing case, citing judge’s ties to developer

Attorneys for the township of South Brunswick are accusing a former Superior Court judge of having a conflict of interest, citing his ties to a developer that he went to work for only months after ruling that the municipality must zone for at least 1,500 affordable housing units.