A developer has taken the wraps off two new ground-up retail projects at busy intersections in northern New Jersey.
A fulfillment and logistics business has committed to a 300,000-square-foot, built-to-suit facility in North Brunswick, giving new life to an industrial site that was leveled by a massive fire nearly four years ago.
Amazon said it won’t reopen its search for a second headquarters after pulling out of New York City, but who’s to say that Newark and other shortlisted cities will just quietly step aside?
Duke Realty has broken ground on a speculative, 662,000-square-foot industrial building in the heart of Newark’s port district.
Many market watchers say that New Jersey real estate has become increasingly attractive to investors from beyond the state. Some believe that trend could only grow under the next generation of the embattled EB-5 visa program.
A new residential and academic building for nearly 400 Rutgers University students in Newark is on track to open this summer after topping out earlier this month.
Bergman Real Estate Group has stayed true to its core objective of creating value in New Jersey’s office market — but the firm has also evolved in how it reaches that goal, in a state whose buildings are now showing their age.
A historic country club in Edison is slated for a series of renovations as part of a newly announced project by Hollister Construction Services.