Retail leasing veteran joins Goldstein Group urban division

By Joshua Burd The Goldstein Group has added a vice president in its newly formed brokerage unit focused on mixed-use retail property in downtown and urban markets. In a news release, the firm announced the hiring of Ralph Hanan as…

It’s time to push the reset button on New Jersey’s ‘municipal madness’

Our next governor and new Legislature best be laser-focused on two immediate priorities: investing and deploying critical resources into our transportation system and stimulating permanent property tax reductions through shared services and municipal consolidations.

Hampshire, First Westwood unveil ‘integrated’ self-storage building in downtown Westwood (SLIDESHOW)

The newest building in downtown Westwood has the look and feel of many other properties in the neighborhood, yet it’s unlike anything else in the central business district. Jon Hanson knows that to be a winning formula for a self-storage project.

ULI honors standout projects, CRE leaders at annual awards dinner (SLIDESHOW)

Eight projects and two key figures in New Jersey commercial real estate were among the honorees at an annual awards dinner hosted by the Urban Land Institute’s Northern New Jersey chapter, which drew a crowd of development executives and professionals.

Here is a detailed look at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center project

The long-awaited New Brunswick Performing Arts Center broke ground on Wednesday. Here is a breakdown of the $172 million, 450,000-square-foot project.

Woodmont touts leasing milestone at Metuchen rental project (SLIDESHOW)

Woodmont Properties is marking a leasing milestone at its new project in Metuchen, a 273-unit rental community just steps from the borough’s train station and downtown.

Longtime area consulting expert joins Colliers

Colliers International has hired a veteran real estate consultant in New Jersey and the region as a senior managing director with its New York Tri-State platform.

New Jersey’s transit hub markets on track for continued growth

Office buildings within the state’s transit hub market continue to command higher rents compared to their suburban peers, according to JLL’s annual research report. Proximity to mass transportation within walking distance of amenity-rich areas has expanded the millennial demographic across these markets. The resulting demand for high-end Class A office space—that helps companies attract and retain the talent settling into these neighborhoods—drives rent premiums beyond that achieved in suburban markets.

Trend Watch Sept. 11th: New Jersey transit hubs continue to pull office demand

Lower vacancy rates and higher rental rates have defined transit hub markets when compared to the suburban New Jersey office market for the past several years.