Cherry Hill office building is sold, WCRE says

A Cherry Hill office building has been sold, according to real estate firm WCRE. The 2,100-square-foot, two-story property at 1847 Rt. 70 E. was purchased by Lu Zhou Associates from an undisclosed seller, the Marlton-based...

Former restaurant to be turned into retail store after sale, Vantage says

A former restaurant and catering hall in Cherry Hill has been sold, and will be converted to a retail store, according to real estate firm Vantage Commercial. The 5,000-square-foot, freestanding building at 1250 N. King’s...

Jersey City, Kushner Cos. reach agreement — One Journal Square project back on

The city of Jersey City and the Kushner Cos. have settled their disagreements, dropped their lawsuits and finally will proceed with One Journal Square, a transformative two-tower rental project that has been in litigation...

Three development sites in Bayonne sell for total $2.58M

Three multifamily development sites in Bayonne have sold for a total of $2.58 million, according to real estate firm the Kislak Co. Inc. Woodbridge-based Kislak said in a news release that the properties are in...

Jersey City affordable housing portfolio sold to joint venture

A four-property affordable housing portfolio located in Jersey City’s Journal Square neighborhood has sold, according to SVN Affordable/Levental Realty, which brokered the deal. A joint venture between Hudson Valley Property Group and Nuveen, the $1...

Gebroe-Hammer details multifamily deals in Monmouth, Burlington counties

Livingston-based real estate firm Gebroe-Hammer Associates said the Monmouth-Burlington County corridor is thriving, as it has arranged $114.55 million worth of multifamily sales in the area since the start of the year. The five deals...

Larken cuts ribbon on multifamily, multigenerational community

Larken Associates has cut the ribbon on a multifamily residential community in Lopatcong Township, it announced this week. The Autumn Ridge complex at 1500 Hyde Blvd. has a total of 198 market-rate and affordable luxury...

Prism celebrating frame-out of Woodbridge project

Frame-out is near completion at Prism Capital Partners’ 10 Green Street at Woodbridge Station project, the developer announced this week. The transit-oriented redevelopment project in downtown Woodbridge will eventually include 232 apartments in studio to...

Construction starts tumble in September, according to report

Construction starts fell in September, essentially erasing August’s gains, according to the latest report from Hamilton-based Dodge Data & Analytics. The firm said in its Dodge Index that total construction starts fell 18% in September,...

Rose Commercial Real Estate handles trio of leases in South Jersey

Rose Commercial Real Estate has negotiated a trio of long-term leases in South Jersey, it announced recently. In the first deal, Marlton-based Rose represented both parties in a deal that will bring a Smoothie King...

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