A new 240-unit luxury rental building in the Journal Square section of Jersey City, built by two longtime Hudson County developers, is set to kick off leasing later this month.
After opening for leasing earlier this month, the developers of Journal Squared have officially unveiled the first residential tower in their transformative mixed-use project in Jersey City.
The developers of Journal Squared, a mixed-use development rising in Jersey City’s historic commercial hub, say the first of their three planned residential towers is open for business.
Leasing is set to begin at the mixed-use, potentially transformative development known as Journal Squared, but you don’t need a tour to see the Jersey City tower up close.
A Boston-based mortgage banking firm has closed a $95 million loan to recapitalize a Jersey City apartment complex and allow it to continue to offer federally subsidized affordable housing.
The newly formed syndication arm of an area real estate firm has made its first two deals, closing on vacant office buildings in Newark and Hackensack that it now plans to reposition.
With its partner, National Real Estate Advisors, KRE Group is preparing to open a high-profile project in one of Jersey City’s most storied neighborhoods — a 53-story residential tower that will mark the first piece of what’s known as Journal Squared.