The March of Dimes has honored one of New Jersey’s top industrial developers as part of a popular commercial real estate industry fundraiser that was held virtually this year.
We are now more than six months into the pandemic that shut down much of New Jersey’s economy in early March. I thought it would be a good time to pause to look at where we are in terms of recovering from the staggering unemployment and economic losses caused by the health crisis. There is some surprisingly good news, but it must be taken with a strong dose of caution.
How will industrial building design, construction or functionality change in 2021? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
Premier Design + Build Group has promoted two construction professionals in its New Jersey-based regional office.
The pandemic has not stifled rent growth in New Jersey’s industrial market, as Amazon and other e-commerce users continue to drive leasing and construction activity statewide.
Bridge Development Partners has lured a second tenant to its new logistics park in Warren County, inking a nearly 420,000-square-foot lease with a well-known beverage company.
Industrial developers and companies seeking logistics space are unlikely to face lasting damage from the coronavirus pandemic, experts say, but the market is still poised for major changes amid disruptions to supply chains and consumer spending habits.
With modern logistics space still in short supply across the country, northern New Jersey will be among the top three markets this year to expand its stock of industrial buildings.
A new year is upon us, bringing new opportunities and new uncertainty for New Jersey’s commercial real estate market. To make sense of it all, we recruited some of the industry’s most influential professionals, developers and thought leaders to share their predictions for the year ahead. You can find those insights and more in our special 2020 Market Forecast.