Vision Real Estate Partners recently welcomed a group of young commercial real estate leaders to its new 20,000-square-foot amenity center at Warren Corporate Center in Warren, where NAIOP New Jersey held its latest “Evening with a Legend” dinner event.
Top brokers and other New Jersey commercial real estate leaders turned out last week as Vision Real Estate Partners debuted its new standalone, 19,000-square-foot amenity building at the Warren Corporate Center campus off Interstate 78.
Vision Real Estate Partners is ramping up the next phase of its pipeline in New Jersey, relying on its “assembly line mentality” and the mix of creativity and capital that has allowed it to thrive with high-profile redevelopment projects in recent years.
As you’ll read in this month’s cover story, Vision Real Estate has thrived with what it describes as “an assembly line mentality” for transforming old corporate campuses, with the right mix of creativity and capital and a full-service, in-house team that has landed some of the state’s most coveted tenants. It’s now building on that track record with other high-profile projects in Morris County and a growing list of value-add investments across northern and central New Jersey.
Vision Real Estate Partners has completed the first phase of improvements at a Whippany office park, following its sale of the campus last year to Barclays Capital.
Hundreds turned out recently to honor Sam Morreale, founder and managing partner of Vision Real Estate Partners, as part of the annual real estate award reception hosted by the March of Dimes North Central New Jersey.
A joint venture has closed on its purchase of a former Johnson & Johnson campus in Morris Plains, where it’s planning a redevelopment anchored by an existing Class A office building.
Industry leaders will come together in early June for the March of Dimes’ annual real estate award reception for northern and central New Jersey, honoring developer Sam Morreale to support efforts to improve the health of mothers and babies.
Vision Real Estate Partners has unveiled its plans to unify and transform two well-known, adjacent office buildings in Parsippany that it acquired recently with Rubenstein Partners.