A pair of New Jersey-based restaurant chains are expanding their fast-growing footprints in the state, under a series of newly announced transactions by Pierson Commercial.
A national fitness chain has leased 37,000 square feet at a planned high-end shopping center in Middletown, joining a roster that includes Wegmans and a dine-in movie theater.
A new town center is taking shape in Burlington County, serving as the focal point of more than 1,000 homes within a master-planned, 500-acre development that is two decades in the making.
A newly opened, 264-unit apartment building in downtown Newark is set to welcome a craft brewery and tap house to its commercial offerings.
A boutique fitness chain and a tutoring business have leased a combined 4,800 square feet in Short Hills, under a set of newly completed transactions by Cushman & Wakefield.
A new 1,850-square-foot Taco Bell has opened its doors in Wharton after a recently completed ground lease with Paramount Assets.
Paramount Assets has attracted another retailer to its new boutique apartment building in Newark, inking a 1,500-square-foot lease with a Japanese fast casual concept.
Paramount Assets has inked another lease with 7-Eleven, bringing the convenience store chain to its new mixed-use William Flats project in downtown Newark.