What are we still learning about Hurricane Sandy’s impact on commercial real estate? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
State officials could soon make a decision on key flood protection measures in Hoboken — one that could make or break a long-awaited, 2.3 million-square-foot redevelopment of the rail yards at the southern edge of the city.
A developer has opened a new affordably priced, senior housing community in Monmouth County at the site of a complex that was damaged so badly by Hurricane Sandy that it had to be demolished.
Community Investment Strategies Inc. has taken the wraps off its latest project, a 93-unit, affordably priced rental building geared toward senior citizens in Monmouth County.
The resurrection of the Roche property in Nutley and Clifton is well underway — and Prism Capital Partners is already seeing tangible signs of the promise that its sprawling campus holds.
For all the appeal of the five modern, institutional-grade office and R&D buildings that were left standing on the former Roche campus, there is still work to be done. In fact, Prism Capital Partners is planning a multimillion-dollar renovation at three of the buildings.
The planned Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine is undoubtedly driving much of the interest at the former Roche campus. But it’s certainly not the only attraction.