Multifamily developer Pennrose has started 2022 with a newly configured leadership team, tapping two of its longtime executives for the roles of CEO and president.
New Brunswick Development Corp. is forging ahead after a year in which it broke ground on more than $1.5 billion worth of projects — a milestone that’s all the more notable for a team that never does the same project twice.
A new 207-unit luxury apartment tower in downtown New Brunswick is more than two-thirds leased after a recent flurry of activity by renters.
The leasing team at a new 207-unit apartment tower in New Brunswick has resumed in-person showings, while still offering virtual options for prospective renters.
A new apartment tower in downtown New Brunswick is now 50 percent leased, as interest continues despite the challenges of the coronavirus crisis.
A developer is offering up to 10 weeks of free rent at a new luxury apartment building in New Brunswick, seeking to ease the concerns of would-be tenants during the COVID-19 crisis.
Pennrose has opened the doors to a new 100-unit affordable and supportive housing complex in Woodbridge, following a four-year redevelopment effort in partnership with the township.
Pennrose has broken ground on the first piece of a 172-unit affordable housing development in Edison, seeking to redevelop a former U.S. Army property that dates back to World War II.
The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, a $172 million mixed-use project rising in the city’s downtown, has added to its cachet with two newly announced naming gifts.
Pennrose and a community organization have started construction on a new 160-unit affordable housing complex in Cherry Hill that will serve older adults and those with special needs.