A private investor has acquired 60 units in northern Hudson County for a combined $10 million, in a pair of newly announced transactions by The Kislak Co. Inc.
As you’ll read in this month’s cover story, veteran planner and public policy expert Dan Kennedy has a full plate of advocacy issues ranging from flood hazard and stormwater regulations to infrastructure and stranded assets. Fortunately, he brings nearly two decades of experience that includes key roles in state government and six years with the Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey.
Nearly 200,000 square feet of office space in Jersey City has hit the market for the first time in years, following American Equity Partners’ recent acquisition of what’s known as Harborside 6.
A biopharmaceutical company has renewed its lease and expanded in downtown Jersey City, where it now occupies more than 5,800 square feet.
Developer Milton Fantin has debuted a collection of nearly 300 luxury apartments and amenities in Jersey City’s resurgent Journal Square section.
A developer has acquired a newly built, 45-unit apartment building in Jersey City’s Journal Square section for $17.7 million, in a deal arranged by Marcus & Millichap.
The new St. Lucy’s Shelter has opened its doors at 612 Grove St. in Jersey City, following a project by Arc Building Partners in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Newark. — Courtesy: ARC By Joshua Burd Arc Building Partners has…
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Panepinto Properties has broken ground on a 53-story residential tower in Jersey City, with plans to add more than 600 apartments to the burgeoning Journal Square neighborhood as its hails its latest investment during nearly five decades in the municipality.
The newest Urby-branded apartment tower in Hudson County has topped out in Jersey City’s Journal Square section, with less than a year to go until the completion of the 317-unit building.