A developer is set to build 235 new luxury apartments in Hackensack after closing on two properties in the city’s downtown.
A joint venture has closed on its purchase of a historic 34,000-square-foot office building in downtown Hackensack, where it plans to restore the property while attracting new tenants.
The broker for a 29,000-square-foot office building in Pompton Lakes is marketing its potential as an ideal incubator space in the borough’s downtown redevelopment zone.
Developers plan to convert an office building in downtown Hackensack into 90 luxury apartments after acquiring the property for $2.5 million, according to brokers in the deal.
A developer plans to convert a historic warehouse building in downtown Hackensack into loft apartments, as part of the Brooklyn-based firm’s first multifamily investment in New Jersey.
The newly formed syndication arm of an area real estate firm has made its first two deals, closing on vacant office buildings in Newark and Hackensack that it now plans to reposition.