New-look shopping center in Toms River hits full occupancy

A real estate investment firm has brought a Toms River shopping center to full occupancy, touting the milestone about a year after acquiring the 138,000-square-foot property.

Kislak inks four Jersey Shore investment sales for $7.5 million

Four Jersey Shore investment properties have changed hands for a combined $7.5 million, under a set of newly announced transactions by The Kislak Co. Inc.

Pierson completes new leases with Mexican, falafel chains

Three fast casual restaurant chains are expanding their reach in New Jersey as part of several newly announced leases by Pierson Commercial.

Pierson announces six new Jersey Mike’s leases in New Jersey

Jersey Mike’s Subs has added six new stores to its footprint in northern and central Jersey after a series of leases completed by Pierson Commercial.

Procida touts $1.75 million loan for Toms River boat repair facility

Procida Funding & Advisors LLC has closed on $1.75 million in financing for the owner of a boat repair facility and marina in Toms River.

Kislak touts $67.2 million in South Jersey sales

Nearly 1,000 apartments have changed hands in southern New Jersey after a series of recent transactions by The Kislak Co. Inc.

Brunelli touts seven new Dollar Tree leases in New Jersey

Dollar Tree is set to add eight locations in New Jersey, following a set of leases brokered by R.J. Brunelli & Co. LLC.

Progress Capital brokers $6.5 million loan for Toms River office, retail project

Plans for a 40,000-square-foot commercial project in Toms River are moving forward with the help of a $6.5 million construction loan arranged by Progress Capital Advisors.

Procida touts $69 million construction loan in Jersey City among 2017 highlights

A developer has repaid a nearly $70 million construction loan for a Jersey City condominium project, in one of several year-end highlights touted by Procida Funding.

HFF brokers $17.4 million acquisition loan for Toms River retail center

A joint venture has closed on a Toms River shopping center with the help of $17.4 million in acquisition financing from an area bank, brokerage firm HFF said Monday.