Elisa Buckley has taken the reins as the board president of Commercial Real Estate Women of New Jersey, having risen through the ranks since joining the association in 2009. Among other goals, she now hopes to further expand membership and improve access to the chapter’s events.
We learned last September that a developer has proposed building a 135,000-square-foot studio complex in Jersey City, with the very purpose of capturing the production companies that it says are coming here because of the film tax credit incentive. As you’ll read in this month’s cover story, other developers and property owners are making a similar bet, amid surging demand from the film and television industry.
Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla has made another addition to its commercial real estate practice.
A new slate of leaders have taken the reins at Commercial Real Estate Women of New Jersey, the state’s top association for connecting and advancing professional women across the industry.