Smart building tech provides a path to energy savings, sustainability

Landlords and technology firms say tools such as smart meters, sensors and cloud-based platforms can help reduce a building’s carbon footprint, which can come with the equal or greater selling point of cost savings on energy.

Jersey City plans $6.7 million overhaul of downtown pedestrian plaza

A nearly $7 million upgrade is coming to a key pedestrian plaza in downtown Jersey City, the latest in a series of streetscape improvements announced by local officials.

Flemington touts new business attraction amid ongoing economic development planning

More than a dozen new businesses opened in Flemington last year, helping to boost the borough’s retail scene as local leaders take a coordinated approach to economic development.

NJAA cheers as $350 million rental assistance bill advances in Senate

A bill that would provide $350 million in rental assistance to apartment landlords and tenants has moved ahead in the state Senate, drawing support from the multifamily industry.

UPS coming to 880,000 sq. ft. logistics center in Bayonne, city officials say

A new UPS distribution center is coming to Lincoln Equities Group’s sprawling new industrial park in Bayonne, where officials say the carrier would lease nearly 900,000 square feet.

EDA: Revival of historic Paterson stadium set to begin after approval of ERG award

A development team is moving ahead with plans to revive the historic Hinchliffe Stadium site in Paterson, following approval of a $67 million state tax credit for the project.

LeFrak, Jersey City officials seeking local artists for lobby display at Newport building

LeFrak, the developer of Jersey City’s iconic Newport neighborhood, is seeking the help of local artists to adorn a wall inside its newest waterfront apartment tower.

Jersey City rental building rides early surge in 2021, nears 80 percent leased mark

A development group has leased more than three-quarters of a new 137-unit luxury apartment building in Jersey City, thanks in part to a post-holiday surge in renter demand.

Regional mindset, new recipe needed to keep our talent and project pipeline flowing

It’s high time that New Jersey’s local officials start doing things differently and placing a higher priority on talent attraction, collaborative regional (not parochial) planning and being on the same page. Economic development experts from outside the state seemed to concur at NAIOP New Jersey’s recent Annual Meeting and Commercial Real Estate Outlook.

Walters eyes completion of second Marlton rental community

Walters is set to deliver the first piece of a three-building, income-restricted apartment complex in the Marlton section of Evesham, with full delivery slated for early spring.