In the brownfield redevelopment universe, industrial projects have no equal thanks to the compound-complex nature of these mega-efforts, which are marked by X factors and uncertainty at every turn. Think of a conductor tasked with guiding a multi-chair symphony orchestra through intricate movements of a complex score — compared to a more simplistic coordination helming a small chamber ensemble. There’s a compelling difference, and thus welcome to the world of the industrial brownfield redevelopment, where multiple stakeholders are tasked with a multitude of boxes to check before any ribbon cutting can commence.
CBRE has recognized a well-known New Jersey broker as one of its top producers, naming him the firm’s first-ever vice chairman in the Garden State.
A fulfillment and logistics firm will be the latest tenant at a new three-building, 1.3 million-square-foot industrial complex in Perth Amboy acquired by Duke Realty late last year.
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.
A lighting manufacturer is expanding its Northeast distribution center footprint as part of a recently announced, 264,085-square-foot lease in Cranbury with Duke Realty.
Officers of IOREBA joined panelists at the dais for the organization’s annual Developer Night, which drew hundreds of industry leaders to the Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe. — Courtesy: William Neumann Photography By Joshua Burd Sellers of high-end office and industrial…
At least for 2017, industrial became the new darling of institutional investors. Here are the top 10 industrial sales in New Jersey of 2017, according to Real Capital Analytics.