Applied Cos. unveils latest Hudson County apartment building

One of Hudson County’s most well-known developers has taken the wraps off a new five-story, 48-unit apartment building in North Bergen.

Gauging the future of rent growth, investor appetite along the booming Hudson waterfront

As residential high-rise construction continues to surge, developers and investors are keeping a watchful eye on rent growth and capital markets activity along the Gold Coast.

Hoboken council to weigh new waterfront hotel plan

A second hotel could be coming to the Hoboken waterfront under a redevelopment plan that is slated to be formally introduced to city officials later this week.

Kislak inks sale of development sites in Jersey City hot spots

The Kislak Co. Inc. has brokered separate land sales totaling nearly $12 million in two of Jersey City’s most active neighborhoods for development, the firm said Thursday.

Ripco: Fast casual chain eyes major growth in N.J.

An Asian-themed fast casual chain has made its debut in New Jersey and is now seeking to open a least a dozen more locations in the next three years, according to Ripco Real Estate.

Three months in, new Hoboken building hits leasing milestone

Advance Realty, the developer of Harlow in Hoboken, announced Friday that the 140-unit property is more than 50 percent leased barely three months after opening.

HFF: Hoboken apartment complex fetched nearly $80M

Only weeks after opening its new luxury rental community in northwest Hoboken, Advance Realty has expanded its footprint in the area with the acquisition of a neighboring complex.

Hoboken’s big dig: How Advance used an engineering challenge to lure Trader Joe’s

It took an engineering feat for Advance Realty to build one of Hoboken’s newest mixed-use projects. It also helped the firm attract one of the city’s most highly anticipated retailers.

An excavation with challenges upon challenges

For all of the engineering prowess that it took to excavate the site of Advance Realty’s new apartment building in Hoboken, there are some things you just can’t plan for.

Report: Land sale clears way for new largest park in Hoboken

Hoboken is set to pay $30 million to buy more than six acres in its northwestern end to build the city’s largest park, according to a published report.