JMF Properties has taken the wraps off a new 110-unit luxury apartment building in Glen Ridge, seeking to lure renters with a location near commuter rail service and downtown Montclair.
JMF Properties is nearing the completion of a 110-unit apartment building in Glen Ridge, as it looks to expand on a concept introduced in another Essex County community.
A popular restaurant in Maplewood is relocating within the township after leasing 4,500 square feet at the base of a recently completed apartment building.
After a year like no other, New Jersey’s commercial real estate industry is eager to turn the page. But many believe the pandemic’s impact will be felt for months if not years to come. As always, we’re here to help you make sense of it all with the help of some top developers, service providers and thought leaders. You can find their predictions for the year ahead and more in our special 2021 Market Forecast.
A new Lidl supermarket has opened its doors in Bayonne, marking the latest piece of a large mixed-use redevelopment by JMF Properties and RD Management.
A new Starbucks has opened its doors at a growing retail center in Bayonne, in what local officials say is another sign of the city’s resurgence as a residential destination.
JMF Properties is just weeks away from welcoming its first residents to the second piece of a new luxury apartment complex in Plainfield, the developer announced this week.
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JMF Properties has launched leasing at the second phase of a luxury apartment complex in Plainfield, bringing another 98 units to one of the city’s historic neighborhoods.
New Jersey shopping centers that once buzzed with a steady hum of activity have been quiet since late March, with most retail businesses shut down to contain the spread of COVID-19. Retail landlords are now scrambling to figure out how to deal with tenants who say they can’t pay rent because their revenue streams have stopped cold — even though property owners still have their own financial obligations.