JLL taps ex-Savills Studley chief Colacino as president for tristate brokerage

JLL has welcomed veteran commercial real estate executive Michael Colacino as its president for tristate brokerage.

March of Dimes honors Johnson, raises $375,000 (SLIDESHOW)

More than 200 members of New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector turned out to honor Christopher Johnson of Hollister Construction Services, raising more than $375,000 for an annual event hosted by the March of Dimes North Central New Jersey.

Savills drops ‘Studley’ from name as part of U.S. rebrand, global focus

Tenant advisory firm Savills Studley is dropping the second half of its name as part of a new rebranding campaign — one that includes commercials during the upcoming NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

JLL: Data backup firm takes 30,000 sq. ft. in Englewood Cliffs

A cloud data solutions firm has leased 30,000 square feet in Englewood Cliffs, in a transaction arranged by brokers with JLL.

Bank takes ex-restaurant space in Sayreville, Goldstein Group says

Chase Bank has leased more than 3,500 square feet in Sayreville, where it is taking the location of a former chain restaurant off Route 9.

Sabre announces new principal in New Jersey

A retail broker at Sabre Real Estate Group has earned a promotion to principal in the firm’s New Jersey office. 

Team Resources touts 190,000 sq. ft. industrial lease in Jersey City

A home décor retailer has leased 190,000 square feet at a Jersey City industrial building, in one of several recent transactions announced by Team Resources Inc.

JLL inks four leases at One Newark Center for 68,000 sq. ft.

Four tenants have combined to lease nearly 68,000 square feet at One Newark Center, the 423,000-square-foot office tower in downtown Newark, including the iconic top-floor space that was the longtime home of The Newark Club.

Colliers inks 19,000 sq. ft. at new-look Florham Park complex

A joint venture is reaping the benefits of a plan to upgrade and add new amenities to a Florham Park office complex, where brokers have inked four new leases and a renewal.

Report: Leasing slowdown could yield opportunity, stable rents for N.J. office tenants

Tenant brokers with Savills Studley are touting an opportunity for office users in 2018, amid last year’s slowdown in leasing volume and growing availabilities in the state’s top submarkets.