SJP reacquires key Hoboken office building in joint venture, touting rare large-block availability

SJP Properties has regained full control of a three-building, 1.5 million-square-foot office and retail complex in Hoboken that it built over more than a decade, having reacquired the initial phase as part of a joint venture with David Werner Real Estate Investments.

JLL: Ironstate refinances Hoboken apartment tower for $36 million

The owner of a 150-unit apartment tower in downtown Hoboken is refinancing the property for nearly $36 million, in a deal arranged by brokers with JLL.

MHS Architects announces promotion of interior design associate

Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects has promoted a key member of its interior design team.

Lease for new 4,600 sq. ft. tapas restaurant among latest Hoboken deals by Ripco

A restaurant group has expanded its footprint with a nearly 4,600-square-foot Spanish tapas eatery in northwest Hoboken, according to a brokerage team with Ripco Real Estate.

Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects

In January of 2020, Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects (MHS Architects), a premier architectural, planning and design firm specializing in residential and mixed-use multifamily developments, was named 2019’s “Firm of the Year” — a highly esteemed award given by the American Institute of Architects-New Jersey Chapter (AIA-NJ). The honor distinguishes MHS Architects as an exceptional architectural firm and recognizes its impressive success and significant expansion over the past year. In 2021, MHS Architects celebrates a solid 40 years of continued business. The entire team of architects, planners and designers has continuously shown exemplary efforts to serve developers with unwavering dedication and commitment to both design and community building. The creativity and tireless work ethic has MHS Architects well positioned for continued growth in the years to come to better serve clients and communities.

Inflation and the effects on new construction in 2022

As the United States tries to claw its way out of the COVID-19 pandemic, a long-discussed concern in the market has finally started to come to fruition and affect the economy globally. A disrupted supply chain, labor shortages and record government stimulus has begun to drive prices higher leaving nearly all industries uncertain of what the future holds. For the real estate and construction industry, an elevated inflation rate and the setbacks from the pandemic have resulted in what some call a perfect storm that is showing to have a magnified impact on the development costs and timelines of new projects.

Condos at Hoboken’s historic Wonder Bread factory now 50 percent sold

A joint venture has reached a milestone in its conversion of a historic factory in Hoboken, having sold more than half of the 83 luxury condominiums that are now available at the site.

JDA Group executive promoted to vice president

Commercial real estate firm JDA Group LLC has announced a promotion on its team as it looks ahead to a high-profile development project and other growth opportunities.

Co-working demand grows in New Jersey, as users seek flexibility amid continued uncertainty

After 18 months doing their jobs from home because of COVID-19, many New Jersey workers are returning to flex and co-working spaces. Operators are responding by adding more private suites to their offerings to make users feel safer from infection — and while they’re keeping a wary eye on COVID’s Delta variant, they’re optimistic about demand, for both the short term and long term.

Developers launch condo sales after converting historic Wonder Bread factory in Hoboken

A development team has unveiled a collection of 83 upscale condominiums at the site of a newly restored, 112-year-old Wonder Bread factory in the heart of Hoboken.