A joint venture has acquired 1, 2 and 4 Gateway Center in Newark, bringing 1.6 million square feet of office space under a common ownership and paving the way for a sweeping, multimillion-dollar plan to modernize the complex’s concourse and streetscape.
A joint venture announced that it has acquired 1, 2 and 4 Gateway Center, allowing it to consolidate ownership of 1.6 million square feet of office space. Onyx Equities LLC is part of that group and is now spearheading the effort to modernize the network of pathways, part of a high-profile effort to overhaul the complex.
Stakeholders gathered Wednesday to mark the opening of a new 22-story residential tower in downtown Newark, the city’s first ground-up luxury high-rise in more than 50 years and the first tangible piece of a plan to develop the property around the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
SJP Properties has announced the creation of a new division within the firm, formalizing its push to expand its third-party development and construction management business.
Commercial real estate firms in recent years have grappled with finding young talent to help fortify their ranks for years to come. But Steve Pozycki believes the long-term stability of SJP Properties has helped it attract the next generation of executives.
The joint venture ownership of a Newark office tower has tapped JLL to find a buyer for the 423,000-square-foot property.