Marcus inks $10.6 million sale of West New York apartments

A three-building, 66-unit apartment portfolio in West New York has changed hands for nearly $10.6 million, under a newly announced transaction by Marcus & Millichap.

Developer breaks ground on 156-unit apartment tower, first of two in West New York

Construction is underway on the first of two towers that will make up a new 312-unit apartment complex in the Hudson County town of West New York.

T-Mobile taking 5,000 sq. ft. in West New York

T-Mobile has leased some 5,000 square feet at a mixed-use building in Hudson County, under a newly announced transaction by The Goldstein Group.

West New York industrial building trades for $1.6 million, Deugen says

An investor has acquired a 24,000-square-foot industrial building in Hudson County for more than $1.6 million, in a newly announced deal by Deugen Realty Group.

BBCP arranges $17 million in loans for Hudson County assets

An owner and developer has landed nearly $17 million in financing in connection with two sites in Hudson County, according to an advisory team with Black Bear Capital Partners.

Arthur Imperatore Sr., NY Waterway founder and key figure in Gold Coast rebirth, dies at 95

Arthur E. Imperatore Sr., the pioneer of Hudson River commuter ferry service and a central figure in the transformation of northern New Jersey’s Gold Coast, has died at age 95.

Apartment owner refinances for $140 million, extending affordable housing subsidy

The owner of a 688-unit apartment complex in West New York has closed on a $140 million loan that will allow it to operate the property as affordable housing for another four decades.

West New York apartments sell for $2.1 million, Marcus says

A private investor has sold a 14-unit apartment property in Hudson County for more than $2 million, according to brokers with Marcus & Millichap.

Marcus: Hudson County rental building fetches $14 million

A private owner has reaped $14 million from the sale of a 40-unit multifamily building in Hudson County, brokers with Marcus & Millichap announced Wednesday.

Leasing teams turn to virtual tours, platforms to lure renters during stay-at-home order

In-person tours have been curtailed and lease numbers are down, but virtual tours are helping luxury apartment buildings bring in renters in this time of social distancing. The virtual elements are so useful, in fact, that building representatives said they’ll keep using them after the coronavirus crisis is over.