BNE hires new director of acquisitions, eyeing continued growth in tristate region

BNE Real Estate Group has named a new director of acquisitions, as the family-owned firm looks to build its development pipeline in the tristate area.

Autism service provider takes 4,800 sq. ft. in downtown Chatham, NAI Hanson says

An autism service provider has leased nearly 5,000 square feet of medical office space in Chatham, in a newly announced deal by NAI James E. Hanson.

Buyer adds 5,000 sq. ft. office, retail property in Chatham for $2.35 million, Kislak says

An office and retail property in Chatham has changed hands for $2.35 million — or $470 per square foot — in a newly announced deal by Kislak Commercial Real Estate Services Inc.

Toll Brothers launches sales at new Middletown, Chatham communities

Toll Brothers Inc. has kicked off sales at new luxury housing developments in Monmouth and Morris counties, as it further expands its footprint in New Jersey.

Nail salon takes 1,600 sq. ft. at Chatham retail center, LMC says

A shopping center in Chatham has reached full occupancy with a newly completed, 1,600-square-foot lease by a nail salon, in a deal arranged by Levin Management Corp.

Lee & Associates New Jersey inks sale of boutique office sites in Morristown, Chatham

The site of a planned boutique office building in downtown Morristown has changed hands for $1.7 million, in one of several newly announced transactions by Lee & Associates New Jersey.

Garibaldi: Law firm takes 6,000 sq. ft. at KRE-owned building in Chatham

A law firm is moving to downtown Chatham after inking a nearly 6,000-square-foot lease with Kushner Real Estate Group, in a newly announced transaction by The Garibaldi Group.

NAI Hanson: Chatham office complex fully leased after deal with cheese importer

A cheese wholesaler and importer has leased 1,100 square feet of office space in Chatham, in a newly announced transaction by NAI James E. Hanson.

Sudler turns to carbon-reducing concrete tech, seeking greener construction methods

Seeking to reduce the carbon footprint of the construction process, Sudler Cos. has employed the use of carbon-injected concrete to build a new industrial park outside New Jersey. The technology wins praise from others in the industry and, while such materials may not be yet available in the developer’s home state, could be a sign of things to come for builders.

Sudler unveils first piece of South Carolina business park, using eco-friendly concrete tech

Sudler Cos. has delivered more than 200,000 square feet of new industrial space in upstate South Carolina as part of an ongoing expansion into the Southeast.