Kislak: Owner of 14-unit New Brunswick apartment building sells after 30 years

The longtime owner of a 14-unit apartment building in New Brunswick has sold the property for $1.8 million in cash, in a deal arranged by The Kislak Co. Inc.

New Brunswick cancer hospital tops out, as leaders tout social impact of $750 million project

The future home of the state’s first freestanding cancer hospital is taking shape in downtown New Brunswick, where a crowd of business and political leaders gathered Wednesday to tout the progress of the city’s largest and most impactful development project to date.

Murphy touts $49 million upgrade of New Brunswick train station, as development booms

The New Brunswick train station is a getting a nearly $50 million upgrade, thanks to an infusion of state funds detailed Friday by Gov. Phil Murphy and other officials.

JLL: Buyer sought for Middlesex County industrial buildings totaling 574,000 sq. ft.

Two industrial buildings in Middlesex County have hit the market for sale, with the potential to trade for a combined price of around $170 million.

NJCC leases 24,000 sq. ft. in New Brunswick for new headquarters, C&W says

Cushman & Wakefield has negotiated a 24,259-square-foot lease in New Brunswick for New Jersey Community Capital, the state’s largest community development financial institution.

Devco celebrates Title IX anniversary, women’s sports at Rutgers in latest NIL deal

New Brunswick Development Corp. has unveiled its latest partnership with collegiate athletes at Rutgers University, as it marks the 50th anniversary of the historic Title IX gender equality law and the arrival of women’s sports at the school’s flagship campus.

NAI Hanson: 5.6-acre New Brunswick parcel sold, slated for outdoor container storage

An industrial user has purchased a 5.6-acre parcel along one of New Brunswick’s key industrial corridors, according to a brokerage team with NAI James E. Hanson.

Steel frame complete for new 229,000 sq. ft. RWJ medical pavilion in New Brunswick

A new ambulatory medical pavilion in New Brunswick is on track to open by mid-2023 after stakeholders this week marked the completion of the building’s 15-story steel frame.

NAIOP New Jersey details Landante’s new role as director of communications, policy

NAIOP New Jersey has announced the addition of a public affairs and public relations veteran as its newest director of communications and policy.

IT consulting firm unveils 12,000 sq. ft. office in downtown New Brunswick

A global IT and business consulting services firm has opened the doors to its new 11,500-square-foot office in downtown New Brunswick.