Closings are underway at a collection of beachfront condominiums in Long Branch, where a development and brokerage team has sold more than half of the property’s 57 homes.
Vacancy at newly delivered industrial buildings in New Jersey was among the lowest in the nation in 2019, in yet another sign of the ongoing demand for modern logistics space.
Developers in New Jersey have until late July to apply for a share of $24 million in tax credits to help finance affordable housing, under a new timeline announced Wednesday by a state agency.
Vision Real Estate Partners has taken the wraps off its newly completed overhaul at an office building in downtown Morristown, where it has also debuted a series of new amenities.
A new 424-unit luxury apartment building on the western edge of Hoboken is now 50 percent leased, a milestone that comes less than six months after a joint venture debuted the property.
The first residents have moved into a new luxury condominium tower in Jersey City’s landmark Newport section, marking a milestone for a high-profile redevelopment on the Hudson River.
Jersey is looking better all the time — especially the suburbs. That’s my conclusion after reading a new Rutgers University report that provides an impressive amount of detail and analysis on economic, demographic and market trends which can help public officials plan for the future in ways that may help regenerate our suburbs and the overall state economy.
The New Jersey industrial real estate market has been a model of consistency for the past three years. So, it should come as no surprise that the market had another strong performance to close out the decade, as healthy demand for large blocks of space helped keep absorption positive for the 28th consecutive quarter.
Prism Capital Partners has relocated its headquarters to ON3, the mixed-use campus that it’s developing at the sprawling former Hoffmann-LaRoche campus in Nutley and Clifton.
After multiple Supreme Court decisions over 50 years, the creation of the Council on Affordable Housing and its subsequent power stripping by the Supreme Court in 2015, over 60,000 units of affordable housing have been created. So, does that mean that the battle over affordable housing in New Jersey is over? Nothing could be further from the truth.