Apartment portfolio in Essex, Bergen fetches $300 million

A multifamily buyer has paid more than $300 million for a 134-building portfolio spanning more than 1,800 units in Essex and Bergen counties, Gebroe-Hammer Associates announced.

Sussex rental property sells for $16.6 million

A private investor has acquired a 134-unit apartment complex in Sussex County, under a newly announced transaction by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.

Investment firm buys 168-unit rental complex in Newton

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.

Rental portfolio in Hudson, Bergen fetches $75 million

A private investor has acquired an 18-building, 487-unit multifamily portfolio in Hudson and Bergen counties, under a $75 million deal arranged by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.

Gebroe-Hammer bullish on 2019 after $1.1 billion year

Gebroe-Hammer Associates is touting more than $1 billion in completed transactions in 2018, setting up for what it says will be a fruitful year for multifamily investment sales.

Gebroe-Hammer touts three new broker promotions

Gebroe-Hammer Associates has promoted three of its top-producing brokers to new executive management positions, following what the firm says was another banner year.

Plainfield multifamily transactions total $17.3 million, Gebroe-Hammer says

Investors have paid a combined $17.3 million for 124 residential units in Plainfield, in series of newly announced transactions by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.

Gebroe-Hammer touts $18.2 million in New Jersey apartment sales

More than 130 apartments in Bergen, Essex and Union counties have changed hands for a combined $18.18 million, following a series of transactions by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.

Gebroe-Hammer inks $32.6 million sale of Woodmont property in Bridgewater

Woodmont Properties has sold a 100-unit apartment complex in Bridgewater for more than $32 million, in a sale announced by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.

Investor appetite for apartments still strong in New Jersey, brokers say

Despite rising interest rates, investor demand for multifamily property in New Jersey shows few signs of slowing down through the end of the year and into 2019.