An Arkansas-based gas and convenience chain is acquiring QuickChek Corp., the Readington-based owner of more than 150 stores across New Jersey and New York.
Merck & Co. is leaving its Kenilworth headquarters and returning its front office to Rahway, in a move that is slated to take place by the end of 2023.
A stronger 2018 helped New Jersey’s office market reverse the losses of the prior two years, Newmark Knight Frank found, thanks in part to healthier demand and leasing in some of the state’s key submarkets.
UNICOM, the California-based company that has acquired the former Merck campus in Readington, is doing far more than simply backfilling space at one of New Jersey’s largest stranded assets — with plans to create a dynamic, inclusive technology campus that will attract other tenants and serve as a regional hub for research and innovation.
For all the buzz around walkable, urban submarkets and higher-density workplaces, our readers have never lost interest in the fate of the Merck property in Whitehouse Station. I was reminded of that on Jan. 3, when a story about a potential buyer for the complex quickly became the most-read item we’ve ever had on RE-NJ.com.
A California-based IT services firm has closed on its purchase of the former Merck & Co. headquarters campus in Readington, where it now plans to establish a regional headquarters.
A private investor has sold a nearly 29,000-square-foot mixed-use property in the Whitehouse Station section of Readington, in a $3.9 million deal brokered by Marcus & Millichap.
The long-awaited sale of the massive Merck & Co. property in Readington is slated to close this fall, following the news that a California-based IT services firm has agreed to purchase the site.
After being on the market for several years, the sprawling Merck & Co. campus in Hunterdon County may soon have a new owner.