NAI Hanson: Trucking firm takes 50,000 sq. ft. in Elizabeth industrial deal

A trucking and logistics business is subleasing nearly 50,000 square feet at an Elizabeth industrial building, according to brokers with NAI James E. Hanson.

Importer relocates after acquiring Meadowlands industrial building

An importer of headwear products has acquired a nearly 77,000-square-foot industrial building in Carlstadt, under a newly announced transaction by Team Resources Inc.

NAI Hanson inks four leases in Chester, bringing building to full occupancy

Four tenants have combined to lease more than 3,800 square feet at a Morris County office building, under a series of transactions arranged by NAI James E. Hanson.

Building services firm takes 3,000 sq. ft. in Rutherford, NAI Hanson says

A building services company has leased 3,000 square feet in Rutherford as the site of its new corporate office, brokers with NAI James E. Hanson announced Tuesday.

NAI Hanson touts Bergen County flex, office leases totaling 6,750 sq. ft.

A window installer is leasing 2,500 square feet of flex space in Hackensack, in one of several newly announced deals by NAI James E. Hanson.

Marketing, communications agency renews at Bridgewater office building

A marketing and communications firm has renewed its lease at a Bridgewater office building, under a newly announced transaction by NAI James E. Hanson.

Garment supplier takes 23,000 sq. ft. in Hackensack, NAI Hanson says

A supplier of women’s garments has leased more than 20,000 square feet at a Hackensack industrial building, under a newly announced transaction by NAI James E. Hanson.

Developer sells 10,400 sq. ft. industrial building in Sparta, NAI Hanson says

A developer has sold a 10,400-square-foot speculative industrial building in Sparta, under a newly announced transaction by NAI James E. Hanson.

Brokers turn to video walkthroughs for North Jersey commercial buildings (VIDEO)

The coronavirus pandemic has done more than present a major health crisis to the American people — it poses a major threat to commercial real estate and the economy at large.

Industrial sector could bounce back quickly — and stronger — after short-term hit from COVID

Industrial developers and companies seeking logistics space are unlikely to face lasting damage from the coronavirus pandemic, experts say, but the market is still poised for major changes amid disruptions to supply chains and consumer spending habits.