The Clark planning board has approved Denholtz Associates’ plans to redevelop part of a sprawling commercial complex near the Garden State Parkway, the firm announced.
A focus on “eds and meds” has been a key ingredient in many urban success stories. For 24 Jones, one of the newest residential developments in Newark, the early returns show that to be part of a winning formula.
Amid the stunning outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election, New Jersey residents voted as expected and overwhelmingly rejected a ballot question to expand casino gaming in the state.
A private school, a well-known cigar maker and a pharmaceutical firm are among the tenants that have brought a new 46,000-square-foot Englewood commercial building to full occupancy.
It was a night in which one of the state’s biggest legislative issues in recent memory was in the spotlight, as voters prepare to consider constitutionally dedicated transportation funding.
The development team behind what would be Morristown’s first new hotel in more than 35 years is now making its case to local officials, appearing before the town’s planning board for the first time last week.
Developers have opened the doors to a new 140,000-square-foot new freezer warehouse in Elizabeth that will serve French food distributor Seafrigo.
An office tower is downtown Newark is the proving ground for a new program that gives city residents and businesses access to the highest-speed, commercially available fiber optic internet in the region.
Officials in Clifton have recognized the developers and designers behind transforming a 50-year-old commercial building in the city into a 204,000-square-foot e-commerce and distribution facility.
For all the talk of white elephants and stranded assets, landlords who have paid to upgrade well-located, suburban office buildings in New Jersey have seen tenants come calling. That’s part of the strategy for Mack-Cali Realty Corp. in Parsippany — but on a bigger scale.