Dermody Properties has announced a new hire to the team overseeing its East Coast portfolio of industrial buildings.
Dermody Properties has unveiled plans for nearly 1.2 million square feet of new industrial space in Gloucester County as part of a three-building, 154-acre project set to begin this spring.
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.
A seller of artificial Christmas trees has leased more than 600,000 square feet of industrial space in East Windsor, in a newly announced transaction by Atlantic Real Estate Services.
We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question. Here’s what they had to say.
Dermody Properties has acquired a vacant 615,000-square-foot industrial complex in East Windsor, where it’s now planning a series of upgrades over the next several months.
NAIOP New Jersey will honor two of the industry’s top players in capital markets and commercial mortgage banking as part of its annual awards gala this spring, where it will also recognize a pair of influential developers and one of the state’s longest-serving mayors.
Dermody Properties’ 1,100-acre logistics park in Logan Township has attracted a long list of well-known users over more than decade. And the firm is now set to enter its last phase of development — breaking ground on two buildings that will add another 563,000 square feet to the portfolio.
As you’ll find out in this month’s cover story, developers and brokers that have long focused on New Jersey are now stretching beyond the traditional boundaries of the state’s industrial market. And they are stretching them in every direction — for different reasons — in their quest to keep pace with tenants that are adopting a more regional approach.
In New Jersey’s booming industrial market — where rent growth is unprecedented and speculative development is rewarded — owners and investors still face a major challenge when it comes to deploying capital and keeping their pipelines filled.