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A law practice has renewed its nearly 2,000-square-foot lease at a Livingston office building, under a newly announced transaction by NAI James E. Hanson.
The Kislak Family Foundation has made a $50,000 grant to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newark, which the organization will use for projects in Essex, Hudson and Union counties.
Gebroe-Hammer Associates completed nearly $2 billion in multifamily sales in 2019, citing unrelenting demand from investors and continued momentum at the start of 2020.
Gebroe-Hammer Associates is touting the sale of nearly 3,600 apartments during the third quarter, having inked 28 transactions with a combined value of more than $560 million.
In less than five years, a Livingston-based firm that helps landlords manage their energy costs is now serving more than 80 million square feet of residential and commercial space from New Jersey to California, with a client list that is a who’s who of major owners and operators.
A software developer that helps landlords manage their energy costs has unveiled a new tool aimed at streamlining procurement, seeking to find additional savings for building owners.
The owner of a grocery-anchored shopping center in Livingston has refinanced the nearly 96,000-square-foot property, following a transaction arranged by HFF.
Friends, former colleagues and longtime clients have been paying tribute to the late Stanley Simon, the longtime head of Jacobson Goldfarb & Tanzman LLC, as a “true gentleman” who was among the most effective, honest and respected figures in New Jersey commercial real estate — one who groomed and influenced many of the state’s top brokers.
A firm that provides software for building management and energy efficiency has raised $3.5 million in venture funding to help expand its footprint and its trademark technology.