NAIOP New Jersey has announced the finalists for its coveted Deal of the Year awards, highlighting six of the state’s most impactful projects and transactions of 2018.
A buyer has paid $66 million to acquire a 400,127-square-foot office building in Parsippany, the site of a well-known effort to renovate and transition the property to a multitenant asset.
Electronics and printer products maker Ricoh USA is moving to a revamped office building in Parsippany, under a nearly 56,000-square-foot lease announced by Cushman & Wakefield.
Bergman Real Estate Group has stayed true to its core objective of creating value in New Jersey’s office market — but the firm has also evolved in how it reaches that goal, in a state whose buildings are now showing their age.
An urgent care chain is slated to make its debut in New Jersey after signing a nearly 4,300-square-foot lease at a new 150,150-square-foot shopping center in Parsippany.
A nearly 200,000-square-foot office building in Parsippany has changed hands among well-known landlords, following a sale arranged by Newmark Knight Frank.
A lack of new supply in New Jersey’s industrial market led to a year-end slowdown in leasing — despite high demand — setting up another year of robust activity for newly built warehouse and logistics space.
A new light industrial building is nearing completion in Morris Plains, filling a need for small and midsized users seeking modern space in the surrounding area.
Hollister Construction Services kicked off 2019 last week with its annual client and partner appreciation party, drawing more than 150 attendees.
Amid the growth of more cost-effective, less disruptive forms of environmental cleanup, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services has packaged those technologies with its vast geotechnical and civil engineering platform, providing a creative, full-service option for clients seeking to redevelop contaminated sites.