Despite new blocks of space hitting the market, New Jersey saw a long-overdue surge of large office leases in the second quarter — with signs that more are on the way.
A maintenance technician with Planned Cos. took home the gold at a recent competition hosted by the New Jersey Apartment Association, earning him a visit to a national event in San Diego.
Slowly but surely, developers have begun to chip away at one of New Jersey’s most chronic issues when it comes to commercial real estate — the abundance of obsolete, aging office buildings that are no longer considered usable by modern standards.
Mill Creek Residential is celebrating the opening of its new luxury apartment community in Parsippany, its third multifamily project in Morris County since 2015.
Dewberry has promoted a dozen employees in its New Jersey offices as part of more than 80 promotions announced Thursday by the professional services firm.
After a lackluster end to 2017, executives with Mack-Cali Realty Corp. say leasing activity is poised for a rebound in its Hudson waterfront and suburban office buildings.
Vision Real Estate Partners has unveiled its plans to unify and transform two well-known, adjacent office buildings in Parsippany that it acquired recently with Rubenstein Partners.