A joint venture is set to deliver 163 new apartments on the west side of Jersey City, the latest piece of a master-planned project around the campus of New Jersey City University.
Former Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno (left) and Hank Sheinkopf, president of Sheinkopf Communications Ltd., were among the speakers on Tuesday at “Connecting Bridges and Borders in Real Estate Property Management,” a program hosted by the New Jersey City University School of Business.
For an apartment complex that will be built on university-owned land, the concept of a smart home seems all too fitting. That will be the case for a new 144-unit project by KKF Enterprises, part of a sweeping redevelopment on the western side of Jersey City.
A new 163-unit multifamily property is rising at the campus of New Jersey City University with the help of a $32.5 million construction loan arranged by HFF, the brokerage firm said Thursday.
New Jersey City University marked two milestones — the opening of a new student housing complex and the start of a nearby development that will bring new market-rate apartments and retailers to the area.
The west side of Jersey City is poised for a major transformation, thanks to a set of development projects that are planned for more than 20 acres around New Jersey City University.
In today’s “ecosystem of real estate in New Jersey,” Jeff Sica knows that good opportunities are hard to find when it comes to mixed-use, transit-centric projects that feed off of New York City.