A physical therapy practice is coming to Edison Properties’ Ironside Newark project, marking the latest retail tenant at the revitalized historic commercial building.
Design firm Ware Malcomb has named a new civil engineering manager in its Newark office, tapping a longtime industry professional to help expand its platform in the region.
A new year is upon us, bringing new opportunities and new uncertainty for New Jersey’s commercial real estate market. To make sense of it all, we recruited some of the industry’s most influential professionals, developers and thought leaders to share their predictions for the year ahead. You can find those insights and more in our special 2020 Market Forecast.
Edison Properties has landed the first two retail tenants at its Ironside Newark project, luring a café operator and an international halal food chain to the adaptive reuse project.
As hiring and human resources decisions drive corporate real estate selection more than ever, New Jersey developers are responding by designing spaces and amenities that meet those needs, while expanding their focus on the labor markets around their project sites.
Developers and city officials gathered in Newark on Thursday to mark a milestone more than a decade in the making — the opening of a new public park adjacent to the Prudential Center, setting the stage for a wave of new investment between the arena and Newark Penn Station.
NAIOP New Jersey has announced the finalists for its coveted Deal of the Year awards, highlighting six of the state’s most impactful projects and transactions of 2018.
As developers continue to invest in downtown Newark, the city is attracting both new residents and businesses. That makes it all the more important to create amenities and spaces that will bring permanent foot traffic during the day and at night, which has become a growing focus for both public- and private-sector leaders in the state’s largest city.
A rendering of the office space at Ironside Newark — Courtesy: Edison Properties By Joshua Burd Edison Properties has attracted another law firm to its adaptive reuse project known as Ironside Newark, inking a 4,000-square-foot lease with a boutique litigation…