Demand soars for ‘community solar’ projects on warehouses, as state program enters new phase

Landlords are expanding their participation in New Jersey’s nation-leading Community Solar Energy Program, which allows property owners to lease their rooftops to solar developers, as the state transitions from a pilot phase to a permanent model.

Greek, Advance lease 117,000 sq. ft. to Aramsco in latest deal at Logan industrial park

Greek Real Estate Partners and Advance Realty Investors have leased another 117,000 square feet at their new seven-building, 3.2 million-square-foot industrial park in Logan Township.

Greek captures demand for small-bay industrial, inking 860,000 sq. ft. in recent transactions

Smaller leases are fueling demand in the region’s industrial real estate market, as evidenced by a flurry of recent activity by brokers with Greek Real Estate Partners.

NAIOP New Jersey honors seasoned executives, aspiring leaders at annual awards dinner, in show of strength for state’s commercial real estate industry

Commercial real estate leaders descended on East Rutherford on Monday night for NAIOP New Jersey’s annual President’s Awards and Hall of Fame Dinner, where the chapter honored a group of well-known executives and service providers for their contributions to the industry.

Fabuwood Cabinetry takes 197,000 sq. ft. at Linden Logistics Center, CBRE says

A fast-growing cabinet maker has leased nearly 200,000 square feet at Linden Logistics Center, the new 4.1 million-square-foot industrial park in Linden developed by Advance Realty Investors, Greek Real Estate Partners and PGIM Real Estate.

Greek lands $44 million construction loan for 287,000 sq. ft. Philly industrial project

Greek Real Estate Partners has secured a $44 million construction loan for what will be nearly 290,000 square feet of new industrial space in Philadelphia, its first project in the submarket.

Greek Development rebrands amid growing platform, third-party service offerings

Greek Development is now Greek Real Estate Partners, as the firm looks to highlight its growing selection of third-party services beyond its own portfolio of industrial buildings.