Hartz sells Woodcliff Lake office building for $36 million, C&W says

An investment group has acquired a 118,000-square-foot, single-tenant office building in Woodcliff Lake for $36 million, in a newly announced transaction by Cushman & Wakefield.

Founder of Woodcliff Lake engineering firm named EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalist

The head of a Woodcliff Lake-based engineering firm has been named a finalist for EY’s 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year award in New Jersey.

McLaren Engineering names new president

McLaren Engineering Group has named a new president to oversee the firm alongside its founder and longtime chief executive.

Engineering firm adds two key execs in New Jersey

A Woodcliff Lake-based engineering firm has expanded its leadership team with two new hires.

Engineering firm debuts 57,000 sq. ft. office in Woodcliff Lake

A national engineering firm with a plan to expand in New Jersey has opened its new 57,000-square-foot office in Woodcliff Lake.

JLL: Volkswagen U.S. renews for 12,000 sq. ft. in Woodcliff Lake

Volkswagen’s U.S. subsidiary has renewed its 12,000-square-foot lease at a Woodcliff Lake office building, under a lease announced this week by brokers with JLL.

Engineering firm inks 57,000 sq. ft. lease in Woodcliff Lake

An engineering firm is expanding into New Jersey with a newly announced, 57,000-square-foot lease at a Woodcliff Lake office building.

Upgrades coming to Woodcliff Lake office building (UPDATED)

An investor is launching a multimillion-dollar renovation of a Bergen County office building, following its recent purchase of the property from Mack-Cali Realty Corp.

Onyx takes over leasing, property management for three Gramercy buildings

Onyx Equities LLC is taking over as asset and property manager for Gramercy Property Trust’s three-building, nearly 600,000-square-foot office portfolio in New Jersey, the firms announced.

HFF: Mack-Cali seeking buyer for 2.2M sq. ft. Bergen County portfolio

With a continued focus on right-sizing its office holdings, Mack-Cali Realty Corp. is looking to sell a sprawling nine-building, 2.2 million-square-foot portfolio in Bergen County.