The first of five mixed-use projects that will transform the campus of New Jersey City University has opened its doors on the west side of Jersey City.
A development team has broken ground on a long-awaited medical office building on the border of Montclair and Glen Ridge, with the goal of expanding the footprint and services of the nearby Mountainside Medical Center.
A joint venture is set to deliver 163 new apartments on the west side of Jersey City, the latest piece of a master-planned project around the campus of New Jersey City University.
There is no doubting the appeal of a site that is less than a block from a train station and in the heart of downtown Westfield, one of New Jersey’s most acclaimed shopping districts. But if you ask executives with The Hampshire Cos., a good location isn’t a guarantee of success.
A new 163-unit multifamily property is rising at the campus of New Jersey City University with the help of a $32.5 million construction loan arranged by HFF, the brokerage firm said Thursday.
The developers of the first modern, transit-oriented multifamily project in Westfield say they’re on track to open the doors of the 70-unit building by this spring. For the joint venture behind the luxury rental community, there’s no overstating the anticipation for delivering a project in one of the state’s most well-known, well-established downtowns.
Two Morristown-based firms are among those involved in the acquisition of a 216-unit apartment complex in Denver, the companies announced Monday.
New Jersey City University marked two milestones — the opening of a new student housing complex and the start of a nearby development that will bring new market-rate apartments and retailers to the area.
The west side of Jersey City is poised for a major transformation, thanks to a set of development projects that are planned for more than 20 acres around New Jersey City University.
In today’s “ecosystem of real estate in New Jersey,” Jeff Sica knows that good opportunities are hard to find when it comes to mixed-use, transit-centric projects that feed off of New York City.