Real estate industry advocates are cheering the passage of a state law to extend the timeline for governmental permits and approvals for projects that were stalled by the pandemic.
Bergman Real Estate Group has unveiled its plans for helping tenants return safely and confidently to its portfolio of office space across New Jersey.
The Statehouse in Trenton By Joshua Burd A new proposal by state lawmakers would require apartment landlords to set up payment plans with tenants who could not pay rent during the coronavirus crisis, but multifamily industry advocates are raising concerns…
A developer and supermarket co-owner is leading an effort to help hundreds of families who are facing food shortages in Perth Amboy.
Brokers, architects and other commercial real estate professionals are now advising office landlords and tenants on the process of returning to the workplace, outlining strategies such as de-densification, ramped up cleaning and sanitizing and communication to help keep workers informed and ensure social distancing.
The state will provide at least $100 million in assistance to low- and moderate-income renters impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, under a program announced Friday by Gov. Phil Murphy.
A new survey has found that many workers are looking forward to going back to the office, but remain concerned about getting sick and not having enough personal space.
Landlords and tenants may have different needs in the wake of COVID-19, but cooperation and communication will be key as both groups prepare for the post-pandemic workplace.
Led in large part by northern and central New Jersey, industrial leasing in the Northeast bounced back in April after a slowdown earlier in the year.
The coronavirus crisis has upended Bell Works, one of New Jersey’s most complex and high-profile adaptive reuse projects in recent memory, as it was nearing the peak of its success. The developer behind the landmark project is now navigating this latest challenge.