NAIOP honors new hall of fame class, CRE industry leaders

A crowd of nearly 400 turned out Monday night as NAIOP New Jersey inducted three commercial real estate leaders into its hall of fame, while honoring a longtime state government leader and three key industry professionals.

NAIOP unveils honorees for annual N.J. awards, hall of fame dinner

NAIOP New Jersey will honor one of the state’s key government officials in recent years alongside one of its best-known developers as part of its upcoming fall awards dinner, where the association will also recognize several influential industry professionals.

Incentive program enters final year, drawing concern from CRE sector

With the Grow New Jersey program set to expire in less than a year, the prospect of losing the incentive is already weighing heavily on the state’s commercial real estate market.

A fond farewell: Lizura reflects on 22 years with EDA, prepares for what comes next

Tim Lizura is now considering his next step after 22 years with Economic Development Authority, where he had become a fixture in New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector and a key player in the effort to revive cities such as Newark, Camden and New Brunswick.

How have some local governments changed their approach to development since the downturn?

How have some local governments changed their approach to development since the downturn? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.

Developer’s car will serve as backdrop for CRE industry during Walk to Washington

In just two weeks, hundreds of business and political leaders will board a southbound Amtrak train as part of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce’s annual Walk to Washington. And you can bet that the state’s commercial real estate sector will be well-represented.

At NAIOP forum, coalition unveils playbook for redevelopment policy

A group of commercial real estate leaders gathered Tuesday to unveil a new policy agenda to promote smart growth and redevelopment, urging lawmakers and Gov.-elect Phil Murphy to take action that will help New Jersey stay competitive in the years to come.

Real estate attorney joins Sills Cummis

A longtime general counsel for area developers has joined Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. as the latest member of its real estate department.

Sills Cummis promotes three attorneys

A commercial real estate attorney with Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. is among three practitioners to be promoted recently by the Newark-based firm.