Fisher Development Associates is hailing a milestone at its new 45-story rental tower in Jersey City, having leased more than 75 percent of its 448 upscale apartments.
A developer has unveiled plans for an $80 million luxury apartment project in Newark, touting a 256-unit tower that will offer “resort-style living” in the heart of the city’s downtown.
If recent moves by Google and Amazon are any indication of what’s to come in Manhattan, the residential market on New Jersey’s Gold Coast could be among the biggest winners.
Five months after debuting its new luxury rental tower in Jersey City, Fisher Development Associates has leased more than 50 percent of the building’s 448 apartments.
A developer has launched sales at its first project in New Jersey, a two-building luxury condominium project along the Hudson River waterfront in Jersey City.
After opening for leasing earlier this month, the developers of Journal Squared have officially unveiled the first residential tower in their transformative mixed-use project in Jersey City.
The developers of Journal Squared, a mixed-use development rising in Jersey City’s historic commercial hub, say the first of their three planned residential towers is open for business.
A new apartment building that has drawn renters from Newark’s health care and education sectors is now 80 percent leased, a mark that its developer says is validation of an emerging neighborhood in the city.
Advance Realty, the developer of Harlow in Hoboken, announced Friday that the 140-unit property is more than 50 percent leased barely three months after opening.
Tucker Development is officially seeking tenants for the first residential phase of Hudson Lights, a mixed-use, 1 million-square-foot project that has helped transform downtown Fort Lee.