Amazon opening 14 new last-mile ‘delivery stations’ in New Jersey

Amazon is adding to its already-vast footprint in New Jersey, announcing plans for 14 new locations geared toward the last mile of its fulfillment process.

Team Resources touts 62,000 sq. ft. in Bergen, Passaic industrial deals

A fruits and nuts distributor has leased more than 23,600 square feet at a Bergen County industrial building, in one of four newly announced transactions by Team Resources Inc.

Goldstein Group inks sale of fast food property in Hudson County

A fast food property in Hudson County has changed hands for an undisclosed price, in one of two newly announced transactions by The Goldstein Group.

Mahwah strip center sells for $10.6 million, Marcus says

A private investor has sold a fully leased shopping center in Mahwah for nearly $11 million, under a newly completed transaction by Marcus & Millichap.

Camber, Advance acquire 400,000-square-foot light industrial complex in Mahwah

A joint venture has added to its portfolio of light industrial buildings with the acquisition of a three-building, 400,000-square-foot industrial complex in Mahwah.

Colony acquires Mahwah industrial building, seals North Jersey portfolio deal

Colony Capital Inc. has closed on its acquisition of a newly built, 271,176-square-foot distribution center in Mahwah, completing an 11-building portfolio sale that began last spring.

Seiko sells, leases back 140,000 sq. ft. office building in Mahwah

The parent company of Seiko watches and other products has sold its 140,420-square-foot headquarters facility in Mahwah, brokers with CBRE announced Monday.

Team Resources inks 121,000 sq. ft. lease in Mahwah among Q4 deals

A maker of lab supplies has leased 121,000 square feet at a Mahwah industrial building, in one of several year-end deals announced by Team Resources Inc.

Owner of former Mahwah daycare site inks 9,800 sq. ft. office lease

An office user has backfilled a former daycare center in Mahwah, under a nearly 10,000-square-foot transaction brokered by NAI James E. Hanson.

Higher and better: Developers making strides in repurposing New Jersey’s vacant, outdated office buildings

Slowly but surely, developers have begun to chip away at one of New Jersey’s most chronic issues when it comes to commercial real estate — the abundance of obsolete, aging office buildings that are no longer considered usable by modern standards.