NAI Fennelly inks sale of 23,000 sq. ft. Trenton industrial building

A private buyer has purchased a nearly 23,000-square-foot industrial building in Trenton, under a newly announced transaction by NAI Fennelly.

Housing supply, affordability back in focus as Atlantic Builders Convention returns

The New Jersey Builders Association is set to welcome thousands of homebuilders, service providers and vendors to Atlantic City from Oct. 11 to 13 for the Atlantic Builders Convention, the largest building industry tradeshow in the Northeast, after an 18-month hiatus.

Consulting firm inks lease to move to historic Trenton complex

A consulting firm is moving its headquarters to a historic industrial campus in Trenton, marking a milestone for the city and for the developer that is repurposing the property.

Investor acquires 200-unit loft portfolio in Trenton for $29 million

An investment and development firm has acquired a three-building, 200-unit collection of loft-style apartments in Trenton for nearly $30 million.

Clarke Caton Hintz announces seven promotions, including new associate principals

Design and planning firm Clarke Caton Hintz has named two new associate principals among seven recent promotions.

Marcus: Net-leased dollar store property sells for $1.7 million

A private buyer has closed on a 10,000-square-foot dollar store property in Trenton, acquiring the net-leased asset for more than $1.7 million.

Clarke Caton Hintz names new principal

Clarke Caton Hintz has named a new principal, elevating a longtime leader with the architecture industry’s top trade association.

Commercial driving school taps R.J. Brunnelli, eyes new locations in New Jersey

A commercial driving school has picked R.J. Brunelli & Co. to oversee its expansion in New Jersey, the retail brokerage firm announced Monday.

Investors Bank’s Cummings named board chair at Greater Trenton

Greater Trenton, the capital city’s nonprofit economic development arm, has tapped Investors Bank CEO and President Kevin Cummings as its new board chairman.

JLL: Transit hub submarkets stay on track with rent growth, tenant demand

Office markets around New Jersey’s transit hubs are still outshining their suburban counterparts, with a widening gap in asking rents and continued interest from major tenants.