Brokers, architects and other commercial real estate professionals are now advising office landlords and tenants on the process of returning to the workplace, outlining strategies such as de-densification, ramped up cleaning and sanitizing and communication to help keep workers informed and ensure social distancing.
Last month I alluded to how quickly things can change during a situation such as a pandemic, especially one that has so dramatically impacted our economy. That is certainly still the case in New Jersey, but the good news is that (as of now), things may be changing for the better.
A tenant at Denholtz Properties’ new-look headquarters building in Red Bank has renewed its lease for more than 12,000 square feet, the landlord said Wednesday.
The convenience was hard to beat at Denholtz Properties’ longtime headquarters in Matawan, a three-story office building that sits directly off the Garden State Parkway. But the firm’s new office in Red Bank has much more to offer.
Red Bank is now embracing redevelopment and smart growth concepts more than it has in recent memory, insiders say, as evidenced by the growing list of projects that are now under construction or in its pipeline. That embrace is a long time coming for developers that have seen all the community has to offer — from its popular downtown to the Navesink River waterfront, along with a rich cultural scene and an affluent population.
A joint venture has unveiled a boutique apartment building in downtown Red Bank, bringing new life to a long-vacant site and paving the way for additional redevelopment in the borough.
The development and investment firm long known as Denholtz Associates has unveiled a new name and a new corporate headquarters to go along with what it says is a refocused strategy.
NAI James E. Hanson opened its new 17,000-square-foot headquarters in Teterboro last fall, honoring its past while creating a modern workplace for its brokers, property managers and other employees.
Two well-known quick service restaurants have signed on to Russo Development’s new mixed-use project in Union, where the first retailers and residents are expected to arrive this summer.
A new facility with 53,000 square feet of recreational, therapeutic and educational space will soon open in Livingston, providing a second chance for a long-vacant building and a new home for a nonprofit that serves youths with special needs.