Construction firm touts new assisted living projects in Central Jersey, Long Island

A construction firm is marking the completion of two assisted living facilities in the region, including a 114-bed property in Union County.

Saxum adds director of capital markets among three newest hires

Saxum Real Estate made three additional hires as it continues to scale its business, having doubled the size of its team since the start of the pandemic.

Cronheim: Apartment owner lands $10 million loan for Union, Essex portfolio

The owner of a 129-unit apartment portfolio in Union and Essex counties has landed more than $10 million in financing, in a newly completed transaction by Cronheim Mortgage.

Saxum lands $47 million loan for Philadelphia rental project, JLL says

Saxum Real Estate has secured nearly $47 million in financing for a 297-unit multifamily project in Philadelphia, according to a Morristown-based debt placement team with JLL.

Saxum Real Estate hires director of multifamily development

Saxum Real Estate has named a new director of development to lead its growing multifamily division, part of a pipeline that has surpassed $1 billion in total capitalization.

Saxum Real Estate announces new principals, promotions amid continued growth

By Joshua Burd Saxum Real Estate has announced two new principals and a series of promotions as the Summit-based developer and investment firm continues its growth nationally. The new principals include Chad DeBolt and Sean Gilbert, who both joined the…

Saxum announces five new hires amid growing development pipeline

Saxum Real Estate has announced five new hires to help support the firm’s ongoing growth in New Jersey and nationally.

Saxum launches cold storage platform, details new projects in key U.S. markets

Saxum Real Estate is making a major push into the cold storage sector, as it looks to tap into demand for an underserved segment of the industrial market.

Solomon promotes longtime team member to president of property management

The Solomon Organization has named a new president of property management to help oversee its nine-state, 17,000-unit multifamily portfolio.

Landlords brace for fallout, search for solutions with retailers battered by COVID-19 shutdown

New Jersey shopping centers that once buzzed with a steady hum of activity have been quiet since late March, with most retail businesses shut down to contain the spread of COVID-19. Retail landlords are now scrambling to figure out how to deal with tenants who say they can’t pay rent because their revenue streams have stopped cold — even though property owners still have their own financial obligations.