Transwestern, other CRE firms named to ‘Best Places to Work’ list

Transwestern’s New Jersey office announced it has been recognized for the fourth straight year for its work environment and quality of life for employees, one of several real estate-related firms in the state to earn the distinction this year.

Ironstate, Panepinto open new Marriott hotel in Jersey City (PHOTOS)

A stretch of downtown Jersey City that has become known for its high-end apartment buildings has added a new high-end hotel, following the completion of an extended stay Marriott property by two area development firms.

Rockefeller seeking tenant for 300K sq. ft. build-to-suit office in Florham Park (VIDEO)

The Rockefeller Group is moving ahead with the next piece of its master-planned redevelopment site in Florham Park — a proposed build-to-suit office building that the firm is now marketing to prospective tenants.

Work set to begin at new 69-unit rental project in Somerville

A developer has received approval to build 69 luxury apartments in downtown Somerville, marking the latest project to move forward in the borough’s ongoing redevelopment.

WCRE: Capital markets pick up steam in South Jersey office sector

Investment sales volume is on the rise for office buildings in three southern New Jersey counties, with nearly 800,000 square feet changing hands to start the year and another 2.7 million square feet on the market or under agreement.

With growth plans in sight, Colliers opens third N.J. office

Colliers International Group has opened a new location in Middlesex County as part of an expansion in the state that the firm says will only continue.

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.

Rutgers OKs $17M investment in sweeping New Brunswick theater project

A rendering of a planned performing arts center in New Brunswick’s cultural center. — Courtesy: ElkusManfredi Architects By Joshua Burd Rutgers University has approved plans to contribute more than a quarter of the $60 million cost to build a new…

Rent growth, preleasing continue in N.J. industrial market during Q1

Big box leases continued to drive New Jersey’s industrial market to start the year, keeping a lid on vacancy as speculative construction carries on throughout the region.

EDA looks to ride a rising tide in selling valuable Camden site to developers

The Economic Development Authority is marketing an 8.75-acre waterfront redevelopment site in the city, as a host of high-profile development projects and investments continue nearby.