Hilton Woodcliff Lake

Short Hills Developer Set to Purchase Shuttering Woodcliff Lake Hilton

A New Jersey hotel that suddenly announced its closure this week is officially under contract and is slated to be bought by a company with an eye on redevelopment.
Sheridan Gardens Roselle

35-Unit Property in Roselle Sells for $6.9 Million

This historic complex in the heart of Union County recently changed hands.
Jackson Health Village

Sprawling Jackson Health Village Sells for $24 Million

Horizon Equities has purchased the three-building complex situated on over 11 acres in Jackson Township, Ocean County.
Acme 75 Mayhill Saddle Brook

Acme in Saddle Brook Sells for $16.1 Million, Redevelopment is Possible

The almost seven-acre ACME site in Saddle Brook has as-of-right zoning for a variety of uses and is situated near several major highways.
90 Avenue E Bayonne Rendering

70-Unit Development on Avenue E in Bayonne Sells Mid-Construction

An endeavor that is replacing the former home of Bayonne Stainless Products with a multi-family complex has been sold.
Wonder Bar Condos Asbury Park

$15 Million Property Sale Clears the Way for 155-Unit Project in Asbury Park

One of the larger redevelopments along Asbury Park’s waterfront has all the pieces in place to begin construction.
Riverbank Commons Trenton

Trenton’s Riverbank Commons Sells for $3 Million

A 30-unit complex in Trenton has changed hands following an online managed bid auction.
8709 River Road North Bergen

Prime Development Site in North Bergen Sells for $5.5 Million

A 30,000 square foot property in North Bergen along the Edgewater border has officially changed hands.
The Ridge At Readington

Larken Associates Announces Full Lease-Up of 526 Units in Western NJ

Two large multi-family complexes in small towns not far from the Delaware River are proving that New Jersey’s "Gold Coast" isn’t the only riverfront spot with a high demand.
272 Hoboken Ave Jersey City

Cliffside Property in Jersey City Sells For $2.55 Million

A walk-up building in Jersey City that dates to the 1880s has changed hands as the JC market remains strong despite rising interest rates.