A development group is moving ahead with plans for a new ShopRite on the west side of Jersey City, as part of an ongoing plan to expand the campus of New Jersey City University.
An international design firm is eyeing continued growth in New Jersey after opening a new office in Madison in 2014 — a move that re-established its presence here — having grown its team from one to 32 while leading projects for a host of blue-chip corporate clients.
In our July issue, we detail the efforts of New Jersey’s largest brokerage and service firms to support diversity and inclusion among their employees. This is nothing new for industry giants like CBRE, JLL and Cushman & Wakefield, but it’s become increasingly clear that these efforts are critical to recruitment, retention and overall employee culture. It’s why you’ll find these firms taking pains to promote and cultivate networking groups tied to gender, racial, lifestyle and other forms of diversity. That only stands to grow in our own local market and globally.
The owner of a well-known office building in Jersey City has hired Newmark Knight Frank as its leasing agent, as it continues a sweeping overhaul of the 300,000-square-foot property.
The developers of a new luxury apartment building in Jersey City have inked a partnership with Lyft, adding the ridesharing service to a host of other transportation options.
A soaring luxury condominium tower under construction in Jersey City recently became a showcase for the city’s vibrant public art scene, hosting a one-night gallery event that drew local officials, artists and other stakeholders.
Industrial real estate is still surging as commercial real estate’s hottest property type, and that’s no more evident than right here in New Jersey, providing a chance to showcase the innovation and creativity that’s taking place in the industry.
A developer with deep roots in Hudson County has proposed building more than 2,300 apartments at the edge of downtown Jersey City, seeking to transform several blocks of blighted property just east of the New Jersey Turnpike extension.
Claremont Cos., a Far Hills-based developer and general contractor, is handing off its construction business to a new partner in order to focus on its own fast-growing pipeline.