CBRE inks multifamily sales in Bound Brook, North Brunswick

Two central New Jersey apartment properties have changed hands for a combined $4.8 million, in a set of newly announced transactions by CBRE.

Lidl opens 28,000 sq. ft. grocery store in North Brunswick, LMC says

German discount grocery chain Lidl has added to its footprint in New Jersey with the debut of a new 28,000-square-foot store in North Brunswick.

New Jersey industrial rents hold strong during COVID outbreak, brokerage firms say

The pandemic has not stifled rent growth in New Jersey’s industrial market, as Amazon and other e-commerce users continue to drive leasing and construction activity statewide.

LMC: Nail salon takes 1,700 sq. ft. at North Brunswick retail center

A nail salon has inked a 1,700-square-foot lease at a North Brunswick shopping center, under a recently completed transaction with Levin Management Corp.

Jeffery: Burlington Coat Factory takes 47,000 sq. ft. in Union

Burlington Coat Factory has leased nearly 47,000 square feet at a former Toys R Us and Babies R Us location in Union, the largest among several newly announced deals by Jeffery Realty.

Analytical instruments company moves to North Brunswick with EDA-backed financing

Alliance Calibrations Group, which manages instruments in chemical laboratories, has acquired an 11,000-square-foot facility in North Brunswick that will serve as its permanent headquarters.

Colliers inks 112,000 sq. ft. extension at North Brunswick warehouse

A building and construction products distributor has extended its 112,000-square-foot lease in North Brunswick, brokers with Colliers International announced Monday.

EDA rebrands 50-acre research, incubator park in North Brunswick

The state Economic Development Authority has rebranded a well-known 50-acre research and incubator park in North Brunswick.

LMC announces promotion for leasing rep

A leasing professional at Levin Management Corp. has earned a promotion after three years with the real estate services firm.

Murphy renews call for state-supported venture capital fund

Gov. Phil Murphy hit the road on Wednesday to highlight a plan to draw more venture capital to New Jersey, a key piece of his proposal to replace the state’s expiring business incentives.