L+M, Urby detail 250-unit project at historic Newark property

A development team has unveiled plans to renovate and expand an 18-story tower in downtown Newark, under a $91 million project that will create 250 apartments and commercial space.

Fast casual chain becomes fourth retailer at Ironside Newark, leases 1,800 sq. ft.

A growing restaurant chain is coming to downtown Newark, having signed a lease at the 456,000-square-foot commercial and retail building known as Ironside Newark.

Paramount unveils new apartments at historic Newark commercial buildings

An investment firm is unveiling 47 new luxury apartments and commercial space at a pair of historic commercial buildings in downtown Newark.

Two more tenants commit to Newark industrial campus, taking 59,000 sq. ft.

Two tenants have combined to lease nearly 60,000 square feet at a Newark industrial complex, in a set of transactions arranged by NAI James E. Hanson.

Murphy Schiller & Wilkes adds two associates to Newark-based real estate team

Murphy Schiller & Wilkes LLP has added two associates to its growing team of commercial real estate attorneys.

Physical therapy, wellness center coming to Ironside Newark

A physical therapy practice is coming to Edison Properties’ Ironside Newark project, marking the latest retail tenant at the revitalized historic commercial building.

Relaxed deadlines could bring new attention, momentum to Opportunity Zone projects

The COVID-19 pandemic has threatened to stall many development projects nationwide, including those under the federal Opportunity Zone program, but experts say those investments could gain new momentum after a series of recent steps by regulators.

Apartments at landmark Newark tower top 90 percent leased milestone

A collection of more than 200 apartments inside a newly restored, 21-story building in downtown Newark is on the verge of being fully leased.

Newark approvals include tax abatement for second ‘Shaq Tower’

A proposed 370-unit apartment tower in Newark has secured a 30-year tax abatement, as city officials move to advance a series of planned developments despite the pandemic.

NKF: New Jersey office market stalls in Q2 as tenants grapple with COVID crisis

Office leasing in New Jersey slowed significantly in the second quarter, with renewals and extensions accounting for most of the activity as tenants navigated the coronavirus crisis.