A flurry of blockbuster leases propelled New Jersey’s office market in the third quarter, fueling positive momentum despite a handful of high-profile space dispositions.
More than 130 apartments in Bergen, Essex and Union counties have changed hands for a combined $18.18 million, following a series of transactions by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.
Three companies have joined the roster at a 310,000-square-foot office building in Ridgefield Park, where they have signed a total of more than 83,000 square feet.
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A family partnership has sold six apartment buildings in Bergen County, fetching more than $22 million for the 132-unit portfolio after six decades of ownership.
Despite suffering the largest occupancy losses in nearly a decade, the northern New Jersey office market emerged from 2017 with reasons to be optimistic.
A marketing agency is both moving and consolidating its footprint within a Ridgefield Park office building, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank announced Monday.