Lindabury’s Commercial Real Estate practice is comprised of attorneys from many disciplines, which allows us to represent a broad spectrum of clients in the industry. We represent developers of projects for residential, commercial, institutional and industrial use including both residential and office condominiums as well as other high-density developments. Of particular interest to many of our developer clients is our firm’s experience in the efficient procurement of development-related permits and approvals at all government levels including zoning and planning boards, regional authorities and approvals pertaining to wetlands, brownfields and other environmentally sensitive sites.
CityMD is expanding its footprint in New Jersey with a nearly 4,000-square-foot lease in Bergen County, in one of several newly announced deals by The Goldstein Group.
A locally based design, engineering and construction firm has purchased a 36,000-square-foot industrial building in Westfield, in a newly announced transaction by Bussel Realty Corp.
We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question. Here’s what they had to say: Bob Atkins, principal, Atkins Cos. (West Orange) The possible elimination or limiting of the 1031 tax exchange program could have profound impacts…
A local seafood market has inked a 1,500-square-foot lease at a freestanding building in Westfield, in a transaction arranged by Levin Management Corp.
Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper PC has welcomed a new attorney to its commercial real estate group.
Executives and employees of REDCOM Design & Construction took part last week in a food drive in the firm’s hometown of Westfield, helping to raise $2,500 in donations.
The country’s largest axe-throwing venue is leasing more than 14,000 square feet in Bergen County, in the largest of four newly announced transactions by JLL.
REDCOM Design & Construction has kicked off the renovation of a Toyota dealership in Englewood Cliffs, with completion slated for later this year.
Claremont Cos., a Far Hills-based developer and general contractor, is handing off its construction business to a new partner in order to focus on its own fast-growing pipeline.