Investors Bank inked nearly $2.5 billion in commercial real estate loans in 2018, including $385 million in volume across 19 transactions to close out the year.
Commercial real estate faces no shortage of disruptive forces, a panel of industry leaders told NAIOP New Jersey last week, citing everything from ridesharing services and automation to changing corporate and consumer preferences.
Hollister Construction Services has taken the wraps off a new build-out at a Short Hills office building, where a co-working and office space provider has taken 16,000 square feet.
Investors Bank has inked a $36 million loan for a 144,000-square-foot warehouse in Elizabeth, the largest among 10 recent closings announced by the lender.
Mack-Cali Realty Corp. has completed a sweeping overhaul of its key suburban office portfolio, following more than $50 million in redesigns and renovations at buildings in the Parsippany, Short Hills, Metropark and Red Bank submarkets.
The Blau & Berg Co. has more than doubled the size of its sales team over the past five years alongside a major increase in revenue — growth that has been guided largely by its family roots and a feeling of shared responsibility.
After a lackluster end to 2017, executives with Mack-Cali Realty Corp. say leasing activity is poised for a rebound in its Hudson waterfront and suburban office buildings.
Investors Bank has closed on several loans to support New Jersey multifamily properties in recent months, part of more than $300 million in new lending activity for region.
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.
Multifamily projects in Morristown and Monroe are among the latest developments financed by Investors Bank, contributing to more than $2.5 billion in commercial real estate activity completed by the lender in 2017.