A sprawling estate once owned by a political dynasty that was later home to an iconic movie star finally found a buyer after eight years on the market.
While leasing activity was well below the state’s long-term average for office space, some positive signs and major transactions emerged during the summer months.
Three properties in Englewood could be replaced with a 91-unit development. The building would be located around the corner from the Bergen County city’s main drag and the proposal will be heard during the planning board's meeting on June 27.
The Gloria Crest Estate, originally built by Polish royalty, offers high-class living tucked away on very private grounds.
A gated residence on one of Englewood’s most beautiful streets, this Adirondack-style home blends historic architecture with a modern interior.
The Hudson County chain of Argentine bake shops will be opening a location in a Bergen County downtown.
A luxury development now renting in Englewood, One William has 185 units and offers one- and two-bedroom residences with many amenities.
The Bergen County city could soon be home to a four-story residential project.
The Bergen County city features grand homes, apartments, a vibrant, walkable downtown teeming with historic buildings, and a performing arts center.
The M at Englewood South, located less than 3 miles from the George Washington Bridge, is a 125-unit condominium community that has both the walkability that NYC, Hoboken or Jersey City transplants are used to, and the benefits and high quality of life that comes with a more suburban community.