We are proud of the clients we have served since the firm was founded in 2004, which includes Fortune 100/500 companies, architects, developers, project management firms and commercial real estate brokers. Since that time, a majority of our client base has entrusted us to partner with them on hundreds of projects. Our strong partnerships, client relationships and expertise has resulted in award recognition on several notable ventures including Barclays Financial, Gateway Plaza in Newark, New Jersey American Water, Lixil, Kering and Celularity. We provide our clients with solutions to projects of varying sizes and complexities, but our approach is always the same — and that is with integrity and excellence.
Clarion Partners has sold a 203,000-square-foot industrial building in Monroe for nearly $54 million, in a newly announced deal by CBRE.
A pediatric therapy practice has leased more than 4,000 square feet of medical office space in Monroe, in a newly announced deal by Fennelly Associates.
Commercial real estate leaders turned out Thursday for NAIOP New Jersey’s annual gala, where the chapter honored five key figures and unveiled its coveted Deal of the Year winners.
The United Way of Northern New Jersey has announced eight finalists for its upcoming commercial real estate awards program, part of an event that serves as its largest annual fundraiser and draws hundreds of top industry professionals.
A new rooftop solar panel system at a Monroe industrial building is up and running, under a project by landlord J.G. Petrucci Co. Inc. and installer Solar Landscape.
Rock Brook has bolstered its team of consultants and engineers with the addition of a longtime expert in workplace technology, the Monroe-based firm announced.
Demand for industrial space is still robust in New Jersey despite concerns about the economy, as rents and occupancy grew in 2022 even amid a slowdown from prior years.
Demand for industrial space in New Jersey held strong in the second quarter, but market experts are warning against a potential pullback by tenants amid growing economic uncertainty.