A joint venture has sold a Livingston retail center for more than $21 million after nearly doubling its occupancy over the course of five years.
A rendering of the planned upgrades at 340 Mount Kemble Ave. in Morris Township — Courtesy: Onyx Equities By Joshua Burd As Tim Greiner will tell you, there are two things that can’t be changed when an owner is renovating…
Onyx Equities is touting the success of its value-add strategy at a Livingston retail center, where it has nearly doubled occupancy since taking over the property in 2012.
Real estate investment firm Onyx Equities has promoted Stephen Sullivan to chief investment officer, the Woodbridge-based company said Monday.
The landmark Hess tower in Woodbridge may be getting some company in the years ahead. That’s according to a plan laid out Wednesday by developer Ed Russo, whose firm is part of a joint venture that aims to acquire and transform some 30 acres around the iconic building. He said the Carlstadt-based firm and its partner, Onyx Equities, intend to build a mixed-use community with roughly 600 residential units and 40,000 square feet of retail space.