C&W: Cliffside Park apartment, medical office property fetches $6.1 million

An investor has acquired a multifamily and medical office property in Cliffside Park for $6.1 million, under a newly announced transaction by Cushman & Wakefield.

Bergen County apartment portfolio trades for $19.2 million

A development and investment firm has sold an 85-unit multifamily portfolio in Bergen County for more than $19 million, according to brokers with The Kislak Co. Inc.

Cliffside Park condo developer lands $64 million inventory loan

DMG Investments has closed on a $64 million inventory loan for its newly developed, 14-story luxury condominium building in Cliffside Park.

Developer obtains CO for luxury condo building in Cliffside Park

A new luxury condominium tower in Cliffside Park has received its certificate of occupancy, its developer said, touting it as a milestone in the rollout of the 14-story building.

DMG executive promoted to CEO

The development firm behind a new 204-unit luxury condominium project in Cliffside Park has named a new chief executive.

Co-op, design team unveil Gold Coast residential tower after multimillion-dollar upgrade

The ownership of a 30-story residential tower in Cliffside Park has completed a sweeping overhaul, with top-to-bottom upgrades and new amenities aimed at putting the building on par with the newest properties along New Jersey’s Gold Coast.

NY Waterway shuttle expands service to new Cliffside Park condo project

A newly opened, luxury condominium building in Cliffside Park has added a mass transit option to its list of amenities.

DMG debuts 204-unit, upscale condo project in Cliffside Park

A crowd gathered high atop the Palisades on Thursday as a developer unveiled its first project in New Jersey — a new 14-story, 204-unit luxury condominium building in Cliffside Park.

Cliffside Park condo developer names new marketing director

The developer of a 204-unit condominium building in Cliffside Park has hired a new director of marketing.

Investor buys Bergen County apartments for $22 million, Kislak says

A family partnership has sold six apartment buildings in Bergen County, fetching more than $22 million for the 132-unit portfolio after six decades of ownership.