Three Avison Young brokers earn promotions

Avison Young has elevated two senior brokers and a young associate in New Jersey.

New owner plans upgrades at office building after $21.5M sale

RXR Realty has sold a 230,000-square-foot Morristown office building to a Boston-based real estate investment firm, in a $21.5 million deal brokered by HFF.

Wilcox secures $13.5M refi for Sussex County retail center

G.S. Wilcox & Co. has arranged the refinancing of a grocery-anchored, 140,000-square-foot shopping center in Sussex County for $13.5 million, the firm announced.

Law firm opens new 42K sq. ft. Morristown office building

Fox Rothschild has opened its sleek new office building in downtown Morristown, completing a long-awaited move that will raise the law firm’s profile in a vibrant business district.

G.S. Wilcox brokers $44M in financing for developers

G.S. Wilcox & Co. has secured more than $44 million in financing tied to three recent transactions, including a $7 million loan for an industrial facility in Totowa.

Developers kick off final phase of Morristown project

With plans that go back more than a decade, the landmark redevelopment of the former Epstein Department Store in Morristown has entered its final phase.

Brokerage earns green building certification for Morristown office

Avison Young’s New Jersey office in Morristown has been recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council, following a build-out led by the firm’s own project management team.

Architect unveils 3D animation of proposed Morristown hotel (VIDEO)

Attendees at a recent Morristown planning board meeting were offered a virtual tour of where a developer hopes to build a new 117-unit hotel — thanks to a 3D animation produced by the project’s architect.

NAI Hanson brokers Whole Foods building sale in Morristown

A retail property housing a Whole Foods in Morristown is under new ownership, following a sale orchestrated by NAI James E. Hanson.

Developer seeks OK for Morristown’s first new hotel in decades

The development team behind what would be Morristown’s first new hotel in more than 35 years is now making its case to local officials, appearing before the town’s planning board for the first time last week.