Kislak inks $6.3 million sale of Paterson rental portfolio

A private investor has sold a three-building, 37-unit apartment portfolio in Paterson for nearly $6.3 million, according to brokers with The Kislak Co. Inc.

T-Mobile inks four new locations in North Jersey, Goldstein Group says

T-Mobile has leased more than 6,600 square feet across four new locations in northern New Jersey, under a series of newly completed deals by The Goldstein Group.

Brokers turn to video walkthroughs for North Jersey commercial buildings (VIDEO)

The coronavirus pandemic has done more than present a major health crisis to the American people — it poses a major threat to commercial real estate and the economy at large.

Resource Realty touts $11.5 million in sales in northern, central New Jersey

A manufacturer has reaped $11.5 million from the sale of a 77,000-square-foot building in Union County, in the largest of several new deals by Resource Realty of Northern New Jersey.

Villanova students win top spot in annual NAIOP college case study competition

A team of Villanova University students took top honors for this year’s NAIOP New Jersey case study competition, offering a winning plan to repurpose a former silk mill in Paterson. 

NAI Hanson, Van Houten marketing industrial flex building in Paterson

The owner of a 108,000-square-foot industrial and flex complex in Paterson is seeking a buyer, offering the potential for an adaptive reuse with the help of state and federal incentives.

Paterson rental property sells for $1.3 million, Marcus says

A private investor has sold a 13-unit apartment property in Paterson for nearly $1.3 million, under a newly announced transaction by Marcus & Millichap.

Murphy signs ‘land bank’ bill allowing cities to assemble, reposition blighted property

A newly enacted law allows New Jersey municipalities to assemble blighted properties within their borders, creating land banks that they can use to spur much-needed redevelopment.

Holistic thinking, public-private approach remain a focus at New Jersey Future’s redevelopment forum

New Jersey Future’s annual Redevelopment Forum drew a crowd hundreds to New Brunswick recently, in a show of support for big-picture planning, adaptive reuse and public-private collaboration when it comes to development in the Garden State.

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.