New Jersey has only scratched the surface in the co-working and shared office space sector, despite the fact that it is experiencing rapid growth in New York City and other major markets. Fortunately, we’re hearing that the Garden State is poised to grow its share. The industry’s biggest name, WeWork, has ramped up its search for space in New Jersey over the past year, which means its competitors may not be far behind. The requirements have the potential to further strengthen top submarkets such as the Hudson waterfront, while providing a needed boost in areas where vacancy remains high.
A new corporate campus in Bergen County and two upscale, environmentally conscious condominium projects will be among the top honorees this year at an annual gala hosted by the U.S. Green Building Council’s New Jersey chapter.
The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors’ New Jersey chapter presented its annual largest deal awards last week, showcasing some of the industry’s top transactions of 2018.
Bijou Properties has announced a key promotion within its ranks as part of a plan to expand beyond its hometown of Hoboken and into markets such as Montclair and Morristown.
A joint venture has closed on its second Hoboken apartment building in the last six months, acquiring a 30-unit property in the city for $15.5 million.
The owner of a landmark music venue and restaurant in Hoboken has hired RKF to market the property to prospective new tenants.
The owner of a 120,000-square-foot office building near the Hoboken waterfront has tapped JLL as its leasing agent.
Prism Capital Partners has kicked off its plan to convert a historic Wonder Bread factory in Hoboken, where the firm and its partners will deliver more than 80 luxury condos and apartments.
The head of Atlantic Environmental Solutions Inc. has earned “Executive of the Year” honors as part of an annual awards ceremony by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association.
Gov. Phil Murphy has announced a long-awaited plan for a flood barrier at the southern end of Hoboken, although its location could threaten or dramatically alter a proposal to redevelop the rail yards alongside the city’s busy train terminal.