After a year like no other, New Jersey’s commercial real estate industry is eager to turn the page. But many believe the pandemic’s impact will be felt for months if not years to come. As always, we’re here to help you make sense of it all with the help of some top developers, service providers and thought leaders. You can find their predictions for the year ahead and more in our special 2021 Market Forecast.
A new Trader Joe’s has opened its doors in Wayne, anchoring a long-awaited, 50,150-square-foot shopping center developed by March Associates Construction.
A developer with deep ties to Hackensack has opened the doors to a new 254-unit luxury apartment building along one of the city’s main commercial corridors.
How can construction teams use technology to ensure social distancing going forward? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
A planned retail center in Wayne has joined the growing list of redevelopment projects in the municipality, thanks in large part to a locally based construction firm led by township residents.
Dollar Tree has leased nearly 10,500 square feet in Ocean County at what will be one of its newest locations in New Jersey, brokers with R.J. Brunelli & Co. LLC announced.
A development group has landed $55 million in financing for a planned 267-unit apartment complex in Elizabeth, in a newly closed transaction by Citizens Commercial Banking.
March Associates Construction has broken ground on a new 50,000-square-foot retail center in Wayne, helping to redevelop a site along one of the town’s main thoroughfares.
Advance Realty Investors has obtained a $72.5 million construction loan that will pave the way for it to transform an aging mall in western Morris County, Cushman & Wakefield announced.
What does the year 2019 have in store for New Jersey’s commercial real estate market? We recruited some of the most influential developers, professionals and thought leaders in New Jersey commercial real estate to give us their predictions for the year ahead.