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Hampshire Cos. names senior project manager

The Hampshire Companies, a Morristown-based real estate investment firm, announced Thursday that it has named Eric Helstrom senior project manager at the company. Read More »»

Jersey City planners approve Saint Peter's University's McGinley Square tower

Planning officials in Jersey City have approved the 21-story tower aimed at transforming the historic McGinley Square neighborhood that Saint Peter's University calls home. Read More »»

NorthMarq arranges loan for Harrison development

NorthMarq Capital’s New Jersey regional office announced Tuesday that it has arranged a $16.9 million construction loan for a multifamily property in Harrison. Read More »»

Realogy completes purchase of ZipRealty

Realogy Holdings Corp. announced Thursday that it has completed its tender offer for the shares of ZipRealty Inc. That wraps up Realogy's $166 million deal for the residential brokerage firm. Read More »»

Alfred Sanzari Enterprises names CFO

Hackensack-based real estate development firm Alfred Sanzari Enterprises announced Wednesday that Joel H. Hammer has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer. Read More »»

Two Carteret buildings sold to Pa. company

A Pennsylvania-based real estate company announced Wednesday that it has purchased two buildings in Carteret. Read More »»

REIT buys Indianapolis building for $23.5M

Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation on Tuesday announced that it has acquired a 327,822-square-foot industrial building located at Indianapolis International Airport for $23.5 million. Read More »»

Winick Realty Group leases Chipotle in Newark

A Chipotle Mexican Grill has leased 2,200 square feet of space at 222 Market St. in Newark, part of the RockPlaza Lofts residential and commercial development, according to Winick Realty Group. Read More »»

Pinnacle approved to build $35M hotel project in Montclair

Local officials have cleared the way for a developer to build Montclair's first new full-service hotel in decades. Read More »»

Luxury apartment complex opens in Marlboro

The Kaplan Cos. has opened a new 250-unit luxury apartment complex in Marlboro. Read More »»

Meadowlands chamber renews its lease

NAI James E. Hanson, a Hackensack-based commercial real estate firm, said Tuesday it has finalized a lease renewal for the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce at The Meadows office complex. Read More »»

NGKF negotiates Hackensack HQ expansion for law firm

Pashman Stein P.C., a New Jersey-based commercial litigation firm, is relocating and expanding its headquarters at the Court Plaza in Hackensack, according to its commercial real estate adviser, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank. Read More »»

South Jersey is finally seeing an upturn in its office real estate market

It was only two years ago that South Jersey’s office market was still feeling the pain. Read More »»

WCRE expands Virtua lease by 10,000 sq. ft. in Mt. Laurel

Wolf Commercial Real Estate announced Tuesday that it has represented LSOP NJ LLC, a related entity of Somerset Properties, in expanding Virtua Health Inc.'s current lease by 10,000 square feet at the Horizon Corporate Center in Mount Laurel. Read More »»

Real estate finance company arranges $20M construction loan for Edgewater property

Mark Scott's Commercial Mortgage Capital, a real estate finance company, on Monday announced that it has closed on a $20 million construction loan for Phase 2 of the Pearl condominium in Edgewater Read More »»

Joint venture to develop 460,000 sq. ft. logistics center in Carteret

The Hampshire Companies and CBRE Institutional Properties on Monday announced a joint venture to develop PortSouth Bryla, a 460,000-square-foot logistics center in Carteret. Read More »»

Metz of BRC to market food production facility in Linden

Industrial real estate services firm Bussel Realty Corp. announced Monday that Jordan Metz, vice president, will market the sale of a 42,000-square-foot food production facility in Linden. Read More »»

Realogy unit buys Texas firm, forms national division

A unit of Madison-based Realogy Holdings Corp. announced Monday that it is forming a new national residential property management division. Read More »»

Somerville company sells lab business

Dancker, Sellew and Douglas has sold its laboratory business to Hamilton Scientific. Read More »»

New Jersey has educated workers, quality transportation options, and, of course, those big-ticket tax incentives, so … why are companies leaving?

Quality of life. That's what Elmwood Park-based Sealed Air, a Fortune 500 manufacturer of Bubble Wrap and other packaging, cited last month as one of the main reasons it's leaving New Jersey for North Carolina. Read More »»

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