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Advance Realty and Greek Development have taken the wraps off their plans for a new 4.1 million-square-foot logistics park in Linden, in what they say is the largest planned industrial development in the Port of New York and New Jersey region.
A joint venture has sold a two-building, 304,000-square-foot office complex in Paramus after acquiring it in 2016 and completing more than $3 million worth of upgrades.
A fast casual chain offering what are known as poké bowls and burritos — a Hawaiian-inspired concept focused on fresh fish — is making its debut in New Jersey with a new location at the Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus.
A developer has sold a nine-building, 84,000-square-foot industrial and flex park in Manalapan, in a nearly $8.6 million deal announced by CBRE.
CBRE has secured a $19.5 million loan for a fully leased, 306,000-square-foot industrial building that will soon be completed in South Brunswick.
A life sciences company has renewed its nearly 10,400-square-foot lease in East Rutherford, where it has maintained its headquarters for nearly 30 years.
An investor has acquired a 32-unit apartment building in West New York for $10.3 million, in one of two recent Hudson County deals arranged by CBRE.
Commercial real estate executive Kimberly Brennan has joined CBRE’s New York leadership team, following more than three and half years with Colliers International.