New development, Amazon bid highlight potential for Newark office market

Despite high overall vacancy and a recent slowdown in leasing, Newark is starved for modern Class A office space — creating an opportunity for developers that can capture that demand.

High-profile adaptive reuse project quickly taking shape in Newark

While Ironside Newark is still months away from completion, Edison Properties is moving quickly toward achieving its vision for the adaptive reuse project.

NKF: Newark, suburban downtowns show strength in 2017 amid struggling office market

Despite suffering the largest occupancy losses in nearly a decade, the northern New Jersey office market emerged from 2017 with reasons to be optimistic.

Mars Wrigley moving to downtown Newark by 2020

The maker of the iconic Mars and Wrigley brands is officially moving its U.S. headquarters to Newark, where it will anchor a soon-to-redeveloped piece of the city’s downtown.

EDA: Mars Wrigley weighing 110,000 sq. ft. lease at Newark project

State officials have approved a 10-year, $31.5 million tax credit to encourage Mars Wrigley to move more than 480 employees to Newark, where it would lease 110,000 square feet at a historic warehouse that is being redeveloped by Edison Properties.

Can tech firms, startups fuel job growth and new office requirements in New Jersey?

In a market that has been hurt by densification and lackluster job growth, many of the state’s largest office leases in recent years have been tied to tenants looking to consolidate and upgrade their space. But technology and information firms have been a rare source of expansion in New Jersey, fueling new space needs that are about more than just a flight to quality.

Making sure the Garden State can grow its technology sector is a matter of creating the right environment and promoting what the state can offer in the way of labor, education and accessibility. Experts say it’s also up to landlords to ensure that they provide the space that tech users are looking for.

At Ironside Newark, Edison Properties seeks to attract modern tenants by tapping into history

Blending the past with the future is one of the main principles behind Edison Properties’ $80 million plan to convert a well-known, 107-year-old warehouse along McCarter Highway in Newark into state-of-the-art, loft-style office space.

Tech-focused Ironside Newark project earns Wired Certified Platinum status

Edison Properties’ plan to build more than 450,000 feet of modern, loft-style office space at a historic Newark warehouse has earned the recognition of WiredScore, a rating service for technology and connectivity in commercial buildings.

Edison Properties, city officials kick off $80 million ‘Ironside Newark’ redevelopment

More than 60 years after the birth of what would become Edison Properties in Newark, the firm on Tuesday marked a milestone in its plans to dramatically reshape its footprint in the city.