An affiliate of Edgewood Properties has taken control of a well-known, 271,000-square-foot office building in the Meadowlands.
Edgewood Properties has opened the doors to a new luxury apartment complex in Freehold, where it has launched a leasing program that gives priority to current and former military personnel.
Edgewood Properties has acquired a vacant 104,020-square-foot office building in South Plainfield, the highly visible site of a former headquarters property along Interstate 287.
As they mark the anniversary of the debut of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City, the property’s well-known local partners are seeking to build on a successful first year in business and in the community.
A joint venture is starting on the final piece of more than 1 million square feet of retail and dining space in Cherry Hill, where it has created a destination over more than a decade of development.
The site is now primed to draw even larger crowds later this year with the completion of a new sports book, bar and restaurant, thanks to the recent legalization of sports betting in New Jersey.
Mack-Cali Realty Corp. has sold a nearly 193,000-square-foot office building in Bridgewater to Edgewood Properties, in a newly announced deal by Cushman & Wakefield.
Edgewood Properties is doing its part to help those impacted by the partial government shutdown, allowing federal employees who live at its buildings to defer their rent payments. In the process, it hopes other apartment operators will follow suit.
The new Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has opened its doors in Atlantic City, with the promise of being a new type of destination that will grow the market and bring new visitors to the resort town.
Jack Morris and Joe Jingoli, whose families have partnered with Hard Rock International to acquire the former Trump Taj Mahal, bring decades of experience in New Jersey real estate and a level of hands-on, local expertise that an outside investor simply wouldn’t have.
Combined with the resources and the pedigree of a global brand like Hard Rock, Morris and Jingoli feel strongly that their plans for Atlantic City will be the catalyst that is often promised but not as frequently delivered. And they say it’s about more than simply reopening a casino.