A locally owned dry cleaner has opened the doors to its second Hudson County location at a newly developed, 424-unit apartment building in western Hoboken.
Renters have leased more than two-thirds of a new 424-unit apartment building in Hoboken, as interest continues despite the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
A busy 1,250-space parking structure in Hoboken has hit the market for sale, with the potential to command a price of around $40 million.
Commercial real estate still holds opportunities for both sellers and investors — including those in New Jersey — provided they can navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis. That was the message from experts who gathered for a virtual panel discussion on the state of capital markets in the Garden State and elsewhere.
Mack-Cali Realty Corp. has agreed to sell a nearly 570,000-square-foot office building in Hoboken for more than $240 million, the real estate investment trust said this week.
The development team behind a new 424-unit apartment building in Hoboken is taking steps to support those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
In-person tours have been curtailed and lease numbers are down, but virtual tours are helping luxury apartment buildings bring in renters in this time of social distancing. The virtual elements are so useful, in fact, that building representatives said they’ll keep using them after the coronavirus crisis is over.
With the coronavirus crisis still escalating, two prominent New Jersey developers are now among those to offer virtual tours of their newly opened residential properties.
A joint venture has acquired a 39-building, mixed-use portfolio in Hoboken, brokers with Newmark Knight Frank announced, in a deal reportedly valued at more than $200 million.