SJP Properties is touting a leasing milestone at the second of two 47-story residential towers in Fort Lee, part of a high-profile redevelopment at the foot of the George Washington Bridge.
A financial services firm will occupy more than half of its newly acquired 70,000-square-foot office building in Fort Lee, following a transaction arranged by Cushman & Wakefield.
An investment and property management firm has acquired a 168-unit apartment property in Sussex County for $18 million, with plans to add value through a series of renovations.
Jersey Mike’s Subs has added six new stores to its footprint in northern and central Jersey after a series of leases completed by Pierson Commercial.
New York Life Insurance Co. has originated $135 million in financing for Hudson Lights, the two-year-old residential and retail property near the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee.
A new restaurant with a Cuban-, Asian- and American-inspired menu is coming to SJP Properties’ two-tower, 900-unit luxury residential development in Fort Lee.
A joint venture led by SJP Properties has formally unveiled its second 47-story apartment tower in Fort Lee, where local officials are hailing the project as a milestone decades in the making.
SJP Properties, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. and PGIM Real Estate recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at phase two of The Modern, a 900-unit luxury residential project at the base of the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee.
SJP Properties is set to open its second 47-story residential tower at the foot of the George Washington Bridge, as it nears the completion of a high-profile redevelopment project in Fort Lee.