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.

New owner of Toms River shopping center taps LMC as leasing, managing agent

After acquiring a 120,350-square-foot shopping center in Toms River, a joint venture has tapped Levin Management Corp. to oversee leasing at the property.

HFF brokers $21 million sale of Toms River shopping center

Investors have acquired a 120,349-square-foot community shopping center in Toms River, in a $21.1 million deal arranged by brokers with HFF.

Meridian brokers $7.8 million refinance for Jersey Shore hotel

The owner of a Toms River hotel is refinancing for $7.8 million, following a transaction arranged by brokers with Meridian Capital Group.

Goldstein Group touts nearly 20K sq. ft. in new retail deals

The Goldstein Group has announced more than a half-dozen new leases as part of a recent uptick in New Jersey’s retail real estate market.

Pierson: Jersey Mike’s adds new stores in northern, central N.J.

Jersey Mike’s Subs is continuing its rapid growth in the Garden State, with Pierson Commercial representing the chain in seven new leases in northern and central New Jersey.

Toms River, advocates strike affordable housing deal

A deal between local officials and a housing advocacy group will result in Toms River having the fourth-highest number of new affordable housing units in the state in the coming decade.