A broker with Gebroe-Hammer Associates has kept active since the height of the COVID-19 outbreak, inking the sale of more than 200 units in Hudson County in June and July alone.
A flurry of blockbuster leases propelled New Jersey’s office market in the third quarter, fueling positive momentum despite a handful of high-profile space dispositions.
The KABR Group has acquired a two-building, 110,000-square-foot office complex in Princeton, CBRE announced, touting the buyer’s plans to reposition the property.
Three companies have joined the roster at a 310,000-square-foot office building in Ridgefield Park, where they have signed a total of more than 83,000 square feet.
Which types of tenants or industries hold the greatest upside for New Jersey’s office market? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
The public feud between the Kushner Cos. and Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop continued late last week, as lawyers for the developer threatened additional litigation on top of a lawsuit over a long-delayed, high-profile project in Journal Square.
A fast casual restaurant specializing in Mediterranean-style sandwiches has leased 1,600 square feet in the Journal Square section of Jersey City, brokers with The Goldstein Group said.
Ken Pasternak is chairman of the KABR Group, a real estate development and investment firm based in Ridgefield Park. — Courtesy: KABR Group By Joshua Burd It doesn’t have quite the cachet of a new luxury high-rise near the Hudson…