Co-op, design team unveil Gold Coast residential tower after multimillion-dollar upgrade

The ownership of a 30-story residential tower in Cliffside Park has completed a sweeping overhaul, with top-to-bottom upgrades and new amenities aimed at putting the building on par with the newest properties along New Jersey’s Gold Coast.

NYC tech growth is added fuel for Gold Coast rental market

If recent moves by Google and Amazon are any indication of what’s to come in Manhattan, the residential market on New Jersey’s Gold Coast could be among the biggest winners.

Gold Coast condo project secures $71.6 million construction loan

The developer of a high-end, 14-story condominium tower in Cliffside Park has closed on a $71.6 million construction loan, as it marches ahead toward a planned opening date next year.

Applied Cos. unveils latest Hudson County apartment building

One of Hudson County’s most well-known developers has taken the wraps off a new five-story, 48-unit apartment building in North Bergen.

Leasing begins at LeFrak’s new rental tower in Newport (PHOTOS)

LeFrak has kicked off leasing for what it calls its “most ambitious project” in Jersey City since the firm began to lead the redevelopment of the city’s Newport section decades ago.

Construction loan will fund new Gold Coast rental project, Meridian says

Meridian Capital Group has arranged $7.7 million in construction financing for the development of a new luxury apartment building in Guttenberg, the firm announced.

New Gold Coast condo tower rising in Bergen County

A developer has taken the wraps off a new condominium tower in Cliffside Park, a sleek 14-story building that will ultimately deliver 200 luxury homes to the Gold Coast.

Gauging the future of rent growth, investor appetite along the booming Hudson waterfront

As residential high-rise construction continues to surge, developers and investors are keeping a watchful eye on rent growth and capital markets activity along the Gold Coast.

Thousands of units still to come in Gold Coast building boom

If you thought the luxury building boom along New Jersey’s Hudson waterfront was on the verge of slowing down, think again