81 Mountain Avenue is the most expensive home ever sold in town at over $2.5 million.
An analysis of 2017 trends shows that despite an increase in inventory, the prices for space in New Jersey’s second largest city increased.
With rising inventory, stagnant rents, and landlord concessions, 2017 has been dubbed 'The Year of the Renter' in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Has this market spread to our side of the river?
A new report out on rental trends confirms what we already knew, rent prices are rising. Nationwide, rents are up 2.3% year over year. More surprisingly, Jersey City ranks #3 nationally for the highest median rent.
As Manhattan continues to push outward, any area that has an easy commute into the city is fast becoming developed. With less than a 40-minute door-to-door commute into the Financial District, Bergen-Lafayette is primed for a real estate boom.
Globe Street recently sat down for an exclusive interview with Brian Whitmer, head of Cushman & Wakefield’s Metropolitan Area Capital Markets Group. In the interview, Whitmer talks about the New Jersey multi-family market and urges developers to start transitioning from rental to condo projects.
Not so long ago the global financial crisis hit Jersey City hard. The mid-2000’s brought a development boom much like the one we’re seeing...