Last month I alluded to how quickly things can change during a situation such as a pandemic, especially one that has so dramatically impacted our economy. That is certainly still the case in New Jersey, but the good news is that (as of now), things may be changing for the better.
Landlords and tenants may have different needs in the wake of COVID-19, but cooperation and communication will be key as both groups prepare for the post-pandemic workplace.
Led in large part by northern and central New Jersey, industrial leasing in the Northeast bounced back in April after a slowdown earlier in the year.
Advance Realty Investors has tapped Cushman & Wakefield as its leasing agent for a cluster of Somerset County office buildings spanning more than 140,000 square feet.
How can construction teams use technology to ensure social distancing going forward? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
The nation’s largest transmission repair chain has tapped CBRE to help it expand in New Jersey, New York and other key markets across the country.
The coronavirus crisis has upended Bell Works, one of New Jersey’s most complex and high-profile adaptive reuse projects in recent memory, as it was nearing the peak of its success. The developer behind the landmark project is now navigating this latest challenge.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. is detailing plans to reopen another 600 stores, as it looks to expand its in-store fulfillment and curbside pickup services to more than 1,300 locations.
Corporations are weighing plans to spread their operations in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, providing an opportunity for New Jersey landlords who can rise to the challenge.