If there’s any doubt about the demand for new industrial space in New Jersey, look no further than the response to speculatively built warehouse and distribution projects in 2016.
A construction company is now occupying its new 30,000-square-foot headquarters space in Secaucus, following a design and build-out overseen by DMR Architects.
A luxury auto dealership has leased a nearly 155,000-square-foot industrial building in Secaucus, where it will store and prepare new vehicles before placing them on lots around the region.
Investors Bank has originated than $308 million in loans in recent weeks, financing more than a dozen transactions involving multifamily and commercial properties.
A Secaucus shopping center is on the verge of 100 percent occupancy, as its owner wraps up renovations at the 53,000-square-foot complex.