A developer has landed a $30 million construction loan for an 80-unit apartment building in Jersey City, according to a debt placement team with Greystone.
A new public park has opened in Jersey City, serving as a focal point for thousands of apartments that have helped revive a depressed industrial area near the Holland Tunnel.
Developers and local officials have broken ground on a new $2 million park in Jersey City that will look to be a focal point for an emerging residential neighborhood.
Having built nearly 800 apartments in an emerging section in Jersey City, veteran developer Sandy Weiss and his firm now hope to replicate that approach — seeking to build on their experience of trying to build a new neighborhood from scratch. The company is the designated master redeveloper for about four city blocks just east of the New Jersey Turnpike extension, where it has proposed building more than 2,300 apartments for a mix of income levels.
In our July issue, we detail the efforts of New Jersey’s largest brokerage and service firms to support diversity and inclusion among their employees. This is nothing new for industry giants like CBRE, JLL and Cushman & Wakefield, but it’s become increasingly clear that these efforts are critical to recruitment, retention and overall employee culture. It’s why you’ll find these firms taking pains to promote and cultivate networking groups tied to gender, racial, lifestyle and other forms of diversity. That only stands to grow in our own local market and globally.
A developer with deep roots in Hudson County has proposed building more than 2,300 apartments at the edge of downtown Jersey City, seeking to transform several blocks of blighted property just east of the New Jersey Turnpike extension.
Just weeks after debuting a new condominium building in Jersey City, a developer has unveiled the amenities and common spaces at the luxury complex.
A developer has added to its fast-growing footprint in Jersey City, unveiling 60 new luxury condominiums at a converted factory near the Hoboken border.
Mack-Cali Realty Corp. is in talks to acquire one of Jersey City’s newest luxury residential properties while adding to its office holdings in the Metropark submarket, the latest among several transactions announced Thursday by the real estate investment trust.