Ex-NFL receiver, Amboy Bank ink $51 million loan for Bordentown development

Amboy Bank has closed on some $51 million in financing to help a former NFL player develop more than 400,000 square feet of retail and medical office space in Bordentown.

EDA aims to lure grocery co-op from Staten Island, keep food service firm in Paterson

The state is hoping to coax a supermarket co-op to move its offices from Staten Island to Old Bridge as part of a recently approved tax credit incentive, as it moves to keep another food-related company from moving jobs out of New Jersey.

Sheldon Gross inks sale of Old Bridge warehouse

An auto dealer and transporter has purchased a 30,000-square-foot warehouse in Old Bridge, brokers with Sheldon Gross Realty said Thursday.

Indoor virtual reality park seeking U.S. locations, Brunelli says

An operator of indoor virtual reality theme parks is looking to make its entrance to the U.S., hiring R.J. Brunelli & Co. LLC to find locations for the concept.

Amboy Bank chairman Scharpf dies at 78

Amboy Bank is mourning the death of its longtime leader, George E. Scharpf, who spent more than 50 years with the Old Bridge-based community lender.

Brunelli announces hire for newly created tenant rep position

R.J. Brunelli & Co. LLC has brought on a retail industry veteran to fill a newly created position.

New 315,000 sq. ft. warehouse coming to Old Bridge

A houseware wholesaler is set to own and occupy a newly built, 315,000-square-foot industrial building in Old Bridge, following a deal arranged by Corporate America Realty & Advisors.

Report: Hovnanian to sell Red Bank HQ, move to Old Bridge

Hovnanian Enterprises reportedly will sell its headquarters building in Red Bank to OceanFirst Financial Corp., paving the way for the homebuilder to move its offices to Old Bridge.

Brunelli, former sales associate reunite after four years

A retail real estate executive with five decades of experience has returned to R.J. Brunelli & Co. after four years away from the firm.

JV reportedly pays $181M for N.J. affordable housing portfolio

A joint venture is acquiring a 1,009-unit affordable housing portfolio, spanning seven towns in New Jersey, with the help of a $144 million Fannie Mae loan arranged by an out-of-state firm.