A development group has started construction at the site of a planned two-building, 1.22 million-square-foot industrial campus near Exit 8 of the New Jersey Turnpike.
What challenges do New Jersey’s cities and downtowns face coming out of the pandemic? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
Crow Holdings Industrial has acquired 126 acres along the New Jersey Turnpike in Carteret, where it plans to develop a three-building, 1.2 million-square-foot industrial park.
NAIOP New Jersey installed its new slate of board officers on Monday, as the association offered a glimpse at its legislative agenda in a pivotal election year for the state.
Crow Holdings Industrial has bolstered its Northeast team with the addition of a veteran development executive in the region.
We are now more than six months into the pandemic that shut down much of New Jersey’s economy in early March. I thought it would be a good time to pause to look at where we are in terms of recovering from the staggering unemployment and economic losses caused by the health crisis. There is some surprisingly good news, but it must be taken with a strong dose of caution.
Commercial real estate investors across five New Jersey counties took a cautious approach during the coronavirus outbreak, as transaction volume fell through the first half of the year.
An investment team led by Crow Holdings Industrial has sold a newly built, 925,000-square-foot warehouse in Franklin Township for $164 million.
With its first project nearing completion and a tenant in hand, Crow Holdings Industrial is keenly focused on what comes next for its Northeast expansion strategy. The firm has a pipeline in the region amounting to more than 7 million square feet, with the potential to deliver much-needed warehouse and logistics space to a vastly undersupplied market.
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.