Advance, DeBartolo are rolling along with Harrison apartments

Wednesday was a blue-ribbon day for the partnership of Advance Realty and DeBartolo Development, as it cut the ribbon on one phase of its Harrison development and broke ground for the next one. The project,...

Christie to candidates: Let’s join forces to help N.J. land Amazon HQ2

Gov. Chris Christie is trying to help his successor make a big splash at the start of the next administration. On Friday, Christie wrote to both Republican gubernatorial nominee Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Democratic...

Developer breaks ground on Woodbridge logistics center

Construction has begun on a Transport Commerce Center that the Woodbridge mayor says will help keep the township the center of commercial development in central New Jersey. Principal Real Estate Investors broke ground Wednesday on...

Connell Foley opens new HQ in 56 at Roseland building

Connell Foley LLP, one of New Jersey’s largest law firms, has opened its new corporate headquarters in the 56 at Roseland building, according to a news release Tuesday. The firm has leased 75,000 square feet...

Kean: N.J. needs business certainty to land firms such as Amazon

State Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean feels New Jersey has as much to offer Amazon as any other area of the country. But, if the state is going to win the right to build the...

Demolition of Ft. Monmouth buildings should speed redevelopment

Razing some dilapidated buildings at Fort Monmouth is expected to clear the way for redevelopment of the 36-acre tract in Tinton Falls. A plan approved by the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority at the board’s...

Solar energy company expands in Metuchen, taking extra 18K sq.ft.

Pro Custom Solar LLC, which custom-designs residential and commercial solar energy systems under the brand “Momentum Solar,” is expanding its space in Metuchen, according to Colliers International Group Inc. The real estate services firm said...

Developer cuts ribbon on Toms River age-, income-restricted community

Barnegat-based real estate developer Walters Group held a ribbon-cutting Thursday to officially open a new restricted-housing community in Toms River. The company said in a news release that the 102-unit Cornerstone at Toms River, located...

How to fix the biggest issue in the fight to bring companies to N.J.

Carl Goldberg is a founder and managing member of Canoe Brook Associates and serves as the co-chair of the executive committee of the Rutgers Center for Real Estate. Throughout his distinguished career, Goldberg has specialized in...

Hobby’s owner: ‘One of the best days in Newark in a long, long time’

Marc Brummer’s staff had temporarily run out of plates while serving long lines at the outdoor buffet celebration Wednesday. As the owner of Hobby’s, the deli that doubles as a must-stop landmark for foodies in...

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Former District Court Judge Dickson to rejoin CSG, will serve in its litigation group

Joseph A. “Drew” Dickson has rejoined Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi as a member in its litigation group after serving for more than a decade...

Panel: Newark has everything industrial sector wants … except available land

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At first blush, when people hear about an eviction moratorium, it sounds like an important societal accommodation. Let’s face it: Landlords are not sympathetic...

M&T Bank commits $50K to help small business, support food security initiatives

M&T Bank has committed $50,000 to the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund to finance its small business and food security initiatives, the bank announced...