New Jersey’s top office leases of 2016 (so far), according to JLL

New Jersey has had no shortage of high-profile office leases through the first three quarters of 2016. And they’ve come in all corners of the state — from the Hudson waterfront to bucolic suburban campuses in Morris and Somerset counties.

With that mind, researchers with JLL have compiled the Top 10 office leases year to date in the Garden State.

Woodmont execs detail developer’s transformation

If the first 40 years of Woodmont Properties were about becoming an institution in New Jersey’s real estate sector, the last 10 have been about ushering in a new era for the Fairfield-based firm. Look no further than the developer’s multifamily portfolio.

76ers open new practice facility, team HQ in Camden

The Philadelphia 76ers have unveiled their new state-of-the-art, 125,000-square-foot practice facility near the Camden waterfront.

Developer acquires, plans upgrades at W. Windsor hotel

A developer has acquired its second Princeton-area hotel, with plans to reinvest in the property and position it as a key piece of the Carnegie Center business campus.

Business moguls halt funding of North Jersey casino campaign

Facing what appears to be a lack of support, the top backers of a media campaign to expand casino gaming to northern New Jersey have suspended their advertisements.

On the waterfront, Mack-Cali prepares to plant its new flag

Mack-Cali Realty Corp. is refocusing on its 4.3 million square feet of office space in Jersey City — a valuable asset that the company has vowed to focus on as it charts a course to the future.

Panasonic extends, expands HQ lease in downtown Newark

Panasonic Corp. of North America has extended and renewed its lease for a total of 337.552 square feet at its three-year-old Newark headquarters.

BNE unveils new Bloomfield apartment building

BNE Real Estate Group has taken the wraps off its new 140-unit, luxury apartment building in downtown Bloomfield.

Dranoff, Schreiber look ahead after setting the stage for NJPAC development

Stakeholders in the city are now looking ahead to a long-awaited groundbreaking for One Theater Square, a high-profile, mixed-use project that was conceived more than a decade ago. The $116 million proposal calls for a glassy, 22-story luxury apartment tower sitting atop street-level retail space, aiming to transform a 1.2-acre lot across from NJPAC.

iCIMS names project management firm to oversee move to Bell Works

Software provider iCIMS has picked Avison Young to spearhead project management for the company’s move into a new 200,000-square-foot office space at the Bell Works complex in Holmdel.