TDC sells newly built 311,000 sq. ft. Branchburg industrial project, Avison Young says

Transwestern Development Co. has completed its sale of a new 311,000-square-foot industrial facility in Branchburg that it built on behalf of a medical supply company.

Greenberg Traurig’s Lipner rises to shareholder

Greenberg Traurig LLP has elevated real estate attorney David B. Lipner from associate to shareholder.

Faropoint secures investment from Invesco Real Estate, eyeing continued growth

Faropoint, the fast-growing investment firm focused on last-mile industrial properties, has sold a minority stake in its business to Invesco Real Estate.

Bergman, Capstone acquire 88,000 sq. ft. Cherry Hill retail center for $16.1 million

Bergman Real Estate Group and Capstone Realty Group USA have acquired a nearly 88,000-square-foot retail property in Cherry Hill for $16.1 million, the firms announced.

Harbor Group, Cammeby’s acquire 5,300 apartments in New Jersey for $1 billion

An investment group has acquired more than 5,300 apartments in the state for a combined $1.05 billion, in a transaction that spans 14 cities in northern, central and southern New Jersey.

KBS sells 630,000 sq. ft. Woodbridge office campus for $88 million, with Newmark as broker

KBS has sold a nearly 630,000-square-foot office campus in Woodbridge for $88 million, in a transaction arranged by Newmark’s New Jersey-based capital markets team.

Greenberg Traurig adds new real estate attorney in Florham Park office

Greenberg Traurig LLP has deepened its bench of real estate attorneys in New Jersey with the addition of a new shareholder.

KBS inks $311 million sale of six-building, 1.2 million sq. ft. office campus in Florham Park

An affiliate of KBS has sold a six-building, 1.19 million-square-foot office park in Florham Park for more than $300 million, in a transaction arranged by CBRE.

Mack-Cali rejects $2.4 billion offer for office holdings, faces attempted board takeover

Mack-Cali Realty Corp. has turned down an offer of more than $2.4 billion for its top waterfront and suburban office buildings, citing a “grossly inadequate” valuation from a group that is now moving to gain a majority position on its board.