Paramount debuts new 12,000 sq. ft. headquarters in downtown Newark

Paramount Assets has moved its headquarters to downtown Newark, as it continues to build its pipeline of redevelopment and historic rehabilitation projects in the city.

Friends, colleagues recall Stan Simon as a model of integrity in New Jersey real estate

Friends, former colleagues and longtime clients have been paying tribute to the late Stanley Simon, the longtime head of Jacobson Goldfarb & Tanzman LLC, as a “true gentleman” who was among the most effective, honest and respected figures in New Jersey commercial real estate — one who groomed and influenced many of the state’s top brokers.

Value Cos. picks up management assignment at new Elizabeth rental building

Value Cos. has added a recently opened, 40-unit boutique rental building in Elizabeth to its growing asset management portfolio, the firm announced Monday.

Logistics firm inks 138,000 sq. ft. lease at Port Authority warehouse in Elizabeth

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has leased 138,000 square feet in Elizabeth to a logistics firm, under a newly announced transaction by The Blau & Berg Co.

Hampshire details plans for self-storage facility at historic Elizabeth building

A historic armory building in downtown Elizabeth is primed to become a new self-storage facility, under an adaptive reuse plan announced Thursday by The Hampshire Cos.

Connors brokers sale of 44,000 sq. ft. building in Elizabeth

A nearly 45,000-square-foot industrial facility in Elizabeth has changed hands, the William F. Connors Agency announced Wednesday.

Elberon acquires 65,000 sq. ft. Hillside warehouse, plans other deals in 2019

Elberon Development Group has acquired a 65,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution center in Hillside, the first of what could be several upcoming additions to its portfolio.

Parting thoughts: Outgoing NAIOP New Jersey president reflects on chapter’s growth — and continued priorities

As Dave Gibbons wraps up his two-year term as NAIOP New Jersey’s president, he says the organization has made strides with public policy goals such as a new performance bond law and liquor license reform, while growing to nearly 850 members to become the association’s sixth-largest chapter in the country. But he believes there is always more work to be done in both the legislative arena and when it comes to networking and recruitment.

Investors Bank touts $219 million in new commercial, multifamily loans

Investors Bank has inked a $36 million loan for a 144,000-square-foot warehouse in Elizabeth, the largest among 10 recent closings announced by the lender.

Elizabeth site slated for new residential development

A developer has closed on a former brownfield site in Elizabeth, paving the way for a mixed-use project that will include nearly 50 new homes.