A new state law could be a game-changer for municipalities, school districts and other government entities, allowing them to tap into private capital for new facilities or infrastructure. It could also be transformative for New Jersey’s design and construction industry.
As you’ll read in this month’s cover story, Stanbery Development Co. has spent more than four years navigating local politics and state regulations in its quest to redevelop a vacant office complex in Parsippany. But the firm is now on a path toward fulfilling its vision, which calls for a mixed-use, downtown-style development anchored by high-end restaurants and retail.
DMR Architects is touting five new hires in its effort to address the ever-changing needs of the state’s commercial real estate sector.
DMR Architects is celebrating the first phase of a new 355-unit, four-building luxury rental property in the Iselin section of Woodbridge.
Russo Development and Dinallo Construction Corp. have completed their rehabilitation of a onetime flag factory in Verona, delivering 52 new loft-style apartments alongside a newly built, 60-unit sister building next door.
A series of new projects by DMR Architects will be on display next month as four schools open their doors for the new academic year.
DMR Architects has completed plans for the redesign of an SB One Bank branch in Weehawken, the first to undergo renovations since the launch of a rebrand early this year.
A hospital system has opened a new medical office facility on Route 22 in Bridgewater and will soon debut two others in the region, all under projects overseen by DMR Architects.
What is a health care or education trend that has continued upside or untapped potential for commercial real estate? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle our recent roundtable question.