Camden County won’t elaborate on report stadium could be razed

Camden’s unused waterfront baseball stadium could soon be razed for a future in scholastic athletics. At least, according to a report on political powerbroker George Norcross in The Courier Post newspaper. But officials aren’t commenting on...

Aircraft interior firm moving from Teterboro to Saddle Brook

An aircraft upholstery company is moving to Saddle Brook. NAI James E. Hanson negotiated a lease for a 3,200-square-foot flex office building at 186 Saddle River Road. Aircraft Interior Services, currently in Teterboro, will expand its...

Industrial real estate market remains strong, CBRE reports

The industrial market continues to lead the state’s commercial real estate sector, according to CBRE’s Q3 2017 New Jersey Industrial MarketView Report. Leasing activity was strong in Q3 2017, highlighted by Wayfair’s 1.3 million-square-foot lease...

They make the ‘For Sale’ signs that adorn commercial real estate

Office space available. Land for sale. Space for lease. Behind each and every commercial real estate deal is one of these bold-font phrases printed on prominent signage. And if that sign is in North Jersey,...

QuickChek leases site in Emerson shopping center

A QuickChek is coming to Emerson. The convenience store chain will take over the 4,700-square-foot location at 354 Kinderkamack Road, The Hampshire Cos. announced. The financial terms are not being disclosed. QuickChek Corp. has more than 149...

Princeton building undergoing renovations, name change

The Princeton Forrestal Center is getting a new look and a new name. ML7 Construction and Design is upgrading the three-story boutique building to be more inviting to technology. The new Hub211 has an onsite...

Real estate awards honor Greater Trenton CEO as humanitarian

More than $50,000 was raised by the Commercial Real Estate Humanitarian Awards benefit in West Orange to provide opportunities for high schools and students to attend the Lead for Diversity Institute. "This is such a...

Luxury high-rise in North Bergen sells for $166M

A Hudson waterfront luxury high-rise has sold for $166 million, according to real estate brokerage Gebroe-Hammer Associates. The Duchess, along River Road in North Bergen, is a three-tower property that recently began welcoming its first...

ROI-NJ reveals inaugural Real Estate Influencers list

Rankings. Who doesn’t love rankings? We certainly do at ROI-NJ. Our inaugural efforts relate to real estate. And we took full advantage of our ability to create a new format. Here’s how ROI-NJ’s rankings will be different: ...

New leases down, but renewals are strong in Q3, CBRE finds

New leasing was down more than 50 percent for the state in the third quarter compared with the same quarter last year, according to CBRE’s Q3 2017 Office MarketView Report. But strong renewal activity...

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