Bedding maker takes 66,000 sq. ft. in Wood-Ridge, Team Resources says

A bedding products company has leased nearly 66,000 square feet at a Wood-Ridge industrial building, in a transaction arranged by Team Resources Inc.

Meadowlands industrial building coming in early 2019, Duke says

Duke Realty is set to begin construction on a new 194,000-square-foot industrial building in the Meadowlands, with delivery slated for early next year.

NAI Hanson: Meadowlands primed for continued rent growth, demand

Rent growth and falling vacancy show no signs of slowing down for Meadowlands industrial space, thanks in large part to the continued flight of tenants from New York City.

Developer sells Wood-Ridge apartments after 40 years

The original developer of a 22-unit apartment complex in Wood-Ridge has sold the property after four decades, in a $4.1 million deal brokered by The Kislak Co.

After blockbuster industrial sale, Bridge details what comes next in N.J.

After the sale of more than 3 million square feet of industrial space in New Jersey — part of a three-state, $700 million deal announced earlier this fall — Bridge Development Partners is well on its way toward refilling its pipeline in the Garden State. Jeff Milanaik, regional partner for Bridge, said the firm is under contract for a series of sites in northern and central New Jersey that could pave the way for another 6 million square feet of development activity.

After 65 years, Lodi apartment complex owner sells for $100M

The longtime owner of a 642-unit garden apartment complex in Bergen County has sold the property for $100 million, in a sale brokered by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.

JLL picked to lease new Bergen County industrial site

Bridge Development Partners LLC has selected JLL to market and lease a nearly 200,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility that it is building in Wood-Ridge.

North Jersey industrial site to become self-storage facility

A self-storage operator plans to raze a 61,556-square-foot industrial building in Bergen County and rebuild the site with one of its own facilities, brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap said.