The country’s largest cluster of co-working and flexible office space is only just across the Hudson River, but the fast-growing industry is still largely absent from New Jersey. Experts say that is due to change — and it’s only a matter of time.
Hollister Construction Services has completed its build-out of the new Jersey City headquarters of Nuts.com, a space that includes everything from swings and bleachers to a wall of dispensers with the company’s signature snack products.
A new residential and academic building for nearly 400 Rutgers University students in Newark is on track to open this summer after topping out earlier this month.
Hollister Construction Services has taken the wraps off a new build-out at a Short Hills office building, where a co-working and office space provider has taken 16,000 square feet.
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Hollister Construction Services kicked off 2019 last week with its annual client and partner appreciation party, drawing more than 150 attendees.
Hollister Construction Services joined client Waypoint Residential recently to break ground on a new 235-unit luxury residential project in Hackensack.
Hollister Construction Services has added a new project executive to oversee its growing residential pipeline in the region.
A joint venture has landed a $67.5 million loan to acquire a 205-unit multifamily project in Harrison and an adjacent development site that could house another 435 apartments.