A joint venture is touting its latest acquisition of an office building in Bergen County, where it now owns more than 10 percent of the Class A space in the surrounding market.
A multifamily buyer has paid more than $300 million for a 134-building portfolio spanning more than 1,800 units in Essex and Bergen counties, Gebroe-Hammer Associates announced.
The longtime owner of a 34,000-square-foot office building in Hackensack has sold the property to one of its tenants, the Bergen County government, under a deal arranged by NAI James E. Hanson.
Even in Bergen County — the home of the highest-grossing retail ZIP code in the U.S. — owners and operators are in a race to evolve and face no shortage of challenges.
A two-story office building in River Edge has changed hands after several years on the market, following a transaction brokered by NAI James E. Hanson.
A joint venture has added to its office portfolio in Bergen County, acquiring four buildings spanning nearly 850,000 square feet from Mack-Cali Realty Corp.
A logistics firm has renewed its 74,368-square-foot lease at a Teterboro industrial building, according to brokers with Colliers International Group.
From downtown Fort Lee to the idyllic suburbs of Montvale and Park Ridge, Bergen County has become a focal point for New Jersey’s evolving commercial real estate landscape. Many of those changes were on display during a recent conference known as the New Jersey Gold Coast North and Bergen County CRE Summit.
Amid the sweeping push to reform the state’s outdated liquor license laws, stakeholders in Hackensack are seeking a more targeted solution for their city. Business leaders and local officials have thrown their support behind a bill that would allow builders in transit-oriented, downtown redevelopment zones to apply for yearly liquor permits based on the new residents that their projects would bring to the area.