B6 Real Estate Advisors has expanded its New Jersey team with the addition of a broker focused on investment sales in Bergen County.
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.