Saint Peter’s University has opened a new residence hall in Jersey City that will be named after iconic developer Joseph A. Panepinto, an alumnus and longtime benefactor of the school.
A joint venture has landed nearly $90 million in financing for its development of a 317-unit apartment tower in Jersey City, according to a debt placement team with JLL.
The Urban Land Institute of Northern New Jersey is set to honor more than a dozen commercial real estate projects, deals and industry leaders as part of its upcoming annual awards gala.
A development team has opened the doors to a new 211-room hotel in downtown Jersey City, with a focus on paying homage to the city’s growing arts and cultural scene.
Renters have flocked to a newly built, 51-story apartment tower in downtown Jersey City, leasing more than 400 of its 539 units since late last year.
The site of a well-known diner in Jersey City has changed hands, paving the way for potential redevelopment in the city’s newly revitalized Journal Square neighborhood.
Over the past 15 years, Panepinto Properties and Ironstate Development have transformed an entire block in the heart of downtown Jersey City, delivering three towers with nearly 1,500 apartments, along with a 152-key hotel, a 1,000-space parking garage and street-level retail space along Columbus Drive. In the process, they have anchored the resurgence of a neighborhood just a few blocks from the Hudson River, paving the way for other projects in the booming multifamily submarket.
Among those of you who shared your predictions for 2019, the worst thing I heard was “I’m not sure yet.” And if uncertainty is the worst thing we have in the year ahead, I think we’re well-equipped to take our chances. In the interim, we’re thrilled to begin our third full year of Real Estate NJ, the only New Jersey-based publication dedicated exclusively to commercial real estate.
Ironstate Development Co. and Panepinto Properties have taken the wraps off the last piece of a multiphase, mixed-use project that has brought nearly 1,500 new apartments and a hotel to downtown Jersey City over the course of a decade.