JLL inks acquisition loan for 104,000 sq. ft. office complex in Somerset County

A joint venture has secured financing for its acquisition of a two-building, 104,202-square-foot office complex in Somerset County, brokers with JLL announced Thursday.

TD Bank touts construction loan, affordable housing rehab in Camden

The Michaels Organization is on track to rehabilitate 64 historic affordable housing units in Camden, thanks in large part to financing from TD Bank and state and local funding sources.

Jersey City: Lennar subsidiary plans summer delivery for 180-unit rental tower

A developer has completed vertical construction for its first project in the Northeast — an 18-story apartment building in Jersey City — with plans to deliver the property this summer.

TD Bank closes $6 million loan for veterans housing expansion in Somerset

TD Bank has announced a commitment to finance the expansion of a Somerset County housing community for veterans, where developers are set to nearly double the number of affordable apartments.

Developer, public officials hail new affordable housing in Newark

A developer joined local and state officials on Wednesday to break ground on a 60-unit affordable housing project in Newark’s North Ward, where plans call for redeveloping the former site of a Boys & Girls Club.

Construction set to begin for 84-unit rental project in Newark

A development group is set to break ground on 84 new apartments just north of downtown Newark, a project that will revitalize a busy corner just off Interstate 280.

Lennar subsidiary breaks ground on 180-unit Jersey City project

Construction is underway on a new mixed-use project that calls for bringing 180 apartments, retail space and a black-box theater to an arts district in downtown Jersey City.

Avison Young touts three new hires in New Jersey

Avison Young has expanded its New Jersey brokerage team with three new hires.

JLL: Office space continues to tighten in South Jersey

A new market report by JLL found that office vacancy in southern New Jersey is at an all-time low, following a first quarter that saw the region outperform greater Philadelphia as a whole.