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.
Industrial space remains a coveted asset class for investors, despite questions about short-term rent growth and other uncertainties in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
A joint venture has sold a newly upgraded, multiuse commercial building in Warren, under a transaction arranged by brokers with Newmark Knight Frank.
A charter school is breathing new life into a Woodland Park office building, where it has leased nearly 102,000 square feet to become just the second tenant in the property’s 25-year history.
A law firm has opened the doors to its new 35,000-square-foot headquarters in Cranford, following a design and fit-out overseen by Kimmerle Group.
The office market may be facing a new normal, but tenants in the life sciences, health care and technology sectors are best-positioned to drive demand in the wake of COVID-19.
Mack-Cali Realty Corp. has sold a 10-story office building near the entrance of the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, brokers with Newmark Knight Frank announced Monday.
The owner of a prominent office tower in East Brunswick has taken the wraps off its plans to upgrade the property, while touting a recent uptick in leasing as a result of the investment.
New Jersey’s office market saw two major leases and a pair of blockbuster sales in the first quarter, headlining an active start to the year before the onset of the coronavirus crisis.