C&W marketing 135-unit rental portfolio in Woodbridge area

A seven-building, 135-unit apartment portfolio in Central New Jersey is on the market, Cushman & Wakefield announced, touting the potential for continued rent growth in properties that are less than five years old.

Remembering Jay Kislak, a real estate icon known equally for giving, exploring

Jay I. Kislak, an iconic figure in real estate and philanthropy, whose giving helped further education and culture in New Jersey and elsewhere, died Wednesday at his home in Miami. He was 96.

Which types of tenants or industries hold the greatest upside for New Jersey’s office market?

We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question. Here’s what they had to say. Edwin H. Cohen, principal partner, Prism Capital Partners (Bloomfield) Without a doubt, life sciences has emerged as a dominant sector fueling New…

Prism completes site plan, eyes start of construction for Woodbridge rental project

Prism Capital Partners is poised to move forward with its redevelopment of five acres in downtown Woodbridge, where it’s planning a mixed-use project with more than 230 apartments.

Mack-Cali, E-Trade ink 132,000 sq. ft. lease in Jersey City

Mack-Cali Realty Corp. and E-Trade Financial Corp. have completed a lease renewal in Jersey City, where the online brokerage will expand to more than 130,000 square feet.

Colliers names new market leader in New Jersey

Colliers International has tapped a veteran broker and manager as the new leader of its New Jersey offices.

LAN touts school construction, renovation work in Woodbridge

A design team from LAN Associates was on hand recently to break ground on $50 million worth of construction in Woodbridge, including a new elementary school and a sweeping renovation of an existing middle school.

LMC: Comcast leases 4,000 sq. ft. in Woodbridge

Comcast has leased 4,000 square feet and will open a new Xfinity retail store at a Woodbridge shopping center, Levin Management Corp. said Tuesday.

NKF: Large deals fuel Q2 surge for New Jersey office market

Despite new blocks of space hitting the market, New Jersey saw a long-overdue surge of large office leases in the second quarter — with signs that more are on the way.

How will building design or amenities change as the current multifamily cycle continues?

The patio and pool deck at SoHo West, a recently opened project in Jersey City by Manhattan Building Co. — File photo We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question. Here’s what they had to say.…