As far back as 1957, advertisements in the nation’s leading magazines promised that, “one day, your car may speed along an electric super-highway, its speed and steering automatically controlled by electronic devices embedded in the road.” In the 64 years since then, there has been tremendous technological progress that makes this vision on the brink of becoming reality.
Genova Burns LLC has named a new associate in its real estate practice group, in one of two newly announced hires for the Newark-based law firm.
The state’s commercial real estate sector renewed its support of the United Way of Northern New Jersey, raising more than $250,000 in a program that showcased plans to transform Newark’s flagship office complex, while recognizing a top broker with JLL.
Kushner Real Estate Group and National Real Estate Advisors have opened the second of three towers at their Journal Squared project in Jersey City, having leased more than 50 percent of its 704 luxury apartments amid the ongoing revival of a historic neighborhood.
Despite the enduring struggles of malls, further bankruptcies by large chains and other challenges to brick-and-mortar retail, industry leaders say the path to stability is becoming clearer. That’s especially true for properties that were fundamentally stronger before the pandemic, which are now drawing the attention of tenants in search of space.
Genova Burns represents a broad range of participants with a diverse class of asset types in the real estate industry from local, regional and national developers, commercial lenders and financial institutions to property owners, landlords, tenants and borrowers. The core of our client base includes multifamily and mixed-use property owners and developers, private equity investors and joint ventures, national as well as local retail businesses and owners and operators of office, industrial and retail properties, all having or seeking to establish a presence in the local marketplace.
An attorney with Genova Burns LLC’s real estate and land use teams has earned a promotion to counsel, in one of several newly announced moves by the Newark-based law firm.
The current version of the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act, which was passed by the state Legislature on December 17, 2020, provides a framework for legalizing recreational cannabis in the state, including six different classes of licenses to be considered by those looking to enter the cannabis business marketplace. As we discussed in Part I in our series on cannabis, early identification of an ideal region and/or municipality for the proposed licensed premises is critical to success. However, there are a host of other factors and potential snags that an applicant must take into consideration before selecting a location.
How can the New Jersey real estate sector prepare for the launch of legal recreational marijuana? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
By Joshua Burd As the real estate industry prepares for life in the wake of COVID-19, the new normal — at least in the near term — will include the likes of virtual planning and zoning board hearings. New Jersey…