Avison Young: Security firm sells HQ, relocates along Route 46

A security inspection systems firm has sold its headquarters in Fairfield and relocated to nearly 22,000 square feet in nearby Pine Brook, brokers with Avison Young announced recently.

Avison Young hires new associate in capital markets, hospitality

Avison Young has added to its New Jersey brokerage team with the hiring of a new associate.

Hampshire, Circle Squared unveil new self-storage project in Millburn

The Hampshire Cos. has debuted the latest piece of its ever-growing self-storage pipeline — unveiling a 104,260-square-foot facility in Millburn alongside Circle Squared Alternative Investments and other members of the project team.

New Jersey brokers to co-lead new Avison Young life sciences group

Avison Young has launched a new international practice focused on life sciences, tapping two of its New Jersey-based brokers as co-leaders of the specialty group.

Heller: Avison Young eyeing continued growth in New Jersey

Avison Young has not looked back since entering New Jersey with a splash in 2012 — and the real estate services firm has its sights set on continued growth in the state. 

Redrawing the map for industrial

As you’ll find out in this month’s cover story, developers and brokers that have long focused on New Jersey are now stretching beyond the traditional boundaries of the state’s industrial market. And they are stretching them in every direction — for different reasons — in their quest to keep pace with tenants that are adopting a more regional approach.

Colliers names new market leader in New Jersey

Colliers International has tapped a veteran broker and manager as the new leader of its New Jersey offices.

Tech firm takes 50,000 sq. ft. at Whippany manufacturing site, Avison Young says

A technology firm serving the life sciences sector has leased 50,000 square feet at a pharmaceutical packaging facility in Morris County, brokers with Avison Young said.

CBRE: Secaucus flex building inks six leases for 105,000 sq. ft.

Six tenants have signed new leases to fill nearly half of a two-building, 242,000-square-foot flex property in Secaucus, brokers with CBRE announced.

From the publisher: The strength of a few, a missed opportunity for many

Aside from a handful of top players who dominate the business, there is a noticeable lack of commercial mortgage brokers and mortgage banking firms that are based here in the Garden State. How can that be, in a state that has billions of dollars in mortgages to originate and billions more to refinance?