A model unit at Harbor 1500 in Weehawken — Courtesy: The Maxal Group and Hartz Mountain Industries By Joshua Burd A joint venture has unveiled a new 236-unit luxury apartment building in Weehawken, marking the latest addition to the town’s…
The site of a well-known diner in Jersey City has changed hands, paving the way for potential redevelopment in the city’s newly revitalized Journal Square neighborhood.
New York Life Real Estate Investors has completed $115 million in financing for Hartz Mountain Industries and its newly completed, 469-unit apartment complex in Secaucus.
Two months after the launch of leasing at a new 236-unit apartment building in Weehawken, a development team has unveiled everything there is to do at the high-end property.
A joint venture is off to a fast start at a new 236-unit luxury rental property in Weehawken, having leased nearly 60 apartments in only a month.
The Maxal Group and Hartz Mountain Industries will soon open the doors to their new 236-unit luxury apartment building at the edge of the Hudson River in Weehawken.
G.S. Wilcox & Co. is touting $170 million in recent loan activity with one of its correspondent lenders, including $100 million for two northern New Jersey apartment developers.
A longtime executive with Hartz Mountain Industries has joined RIPCO Real Estate as part of its New Jersey brokerage team.
Another site in the Journal Square section of Jersey City is slated for redevelopment, with plans calling for a mixed-use tower with 110 hotel rooms and more than 200 residential units.
Many of the state’s top commercial brokers gathered recently for an annual event hosted by the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors, where the organization recognized some of the Garden State’s top deals of 2017.