Rutgers unveils full lineup for high-profile symposium, case study on distressed assets

The lineup is set for next week’s Rutgers Center for Real Estate symposium on distressed property, where some two dozen industry experts will tackle the issue through the lens of a detailed case study.

An uneven recovery? NAIOP panelists see different paths for different asset types in 2024

The state’s industrial and office sectors both faced headwinds in 2023, but the year ahead for each asset class may be decidedly different. That was a key takeaway last week from panelists at NAIOP New Jersey’s Annual Meeting and Commercial Real Estate Outlook, who noted that demand for warehouse and logistics space has normalized after a record-breaking run during the pandemic. Office landlords, meantime, are still grappling with shrinking corporate footprints and remote work policies, further straining submarkets that are both aging and oversupplied.

State to invest $20 million, partner in development of Jersey City science and tech hub

The state will invest up to $20 million and partner in a planned 120,000-square-foot facility in Jersey City that will serve as a hub for life sciences, health care and technology adjacent to the acclaimed Liberty Science Center, officials said Thursday.

EDA approves $271 million tax credit for massive health, life sciences campus in New Brunswick

The state has approved a $271 million tax credit for a plan to build more than 570,000 square feet of research and academic space in downtown New Brunswick, including a new home for the state’s flagship medical school and facilities for startups and entrepreneurs.

Developer secures site plan approval for 150-unit rental project in New Brunswick

A developer has secured a key entitlement for a proposed 150-unit luxury apartment building in the heart of Rutgers University’s campus in downtown New Brunswick.

Devco celebrates Title IX anniversary, women’s sports at Rutgers in latest NIL deal

New Brunswick Development Corp. has unveiled its latest partnership with collegiate athletes at Rutgers University, as it marks the 50th anniversary of the historic Title IX gender equality law and the arrival of women’s sports at the school’s flagship campus.

Rutgers Hillel to honor AvalonBay’s Ladell with Visionary in Partnership Award

A student life organization at Rutgers University has announced plans to honor Ron Ladell, the longtime and influential New Jersey development executive, at its upcoming spring gala.

Builders, public officials look to confront New Jersey’s housing supply and affordability crisis

Homebuilders joined key public officials at the Atlantic Builders Convention last month to confront New Jersey’s housing supply and affordability crisis, pledging a spirit of cooperation as they search for solutions.

Rutgers buys 3,700 sq. ft. office building in downtown Newark, NAI Hanson says

Rutgers University has acquired a 3,700-square-foot office building in downtown Newark, under a newly announced transaction by NAI James E. Hanson.

New Brunswick health care, education leaders break ground on $750 million cancer center

Construction is underway on what will be the latest addition to the New Brunswick skyline — a 12-story, 510,000-square-foot cancer hospital operated by two of the city’s anchor institutions.