Hilton Woodcliff Lake

Short Hills Developer Set to Purchase Shuttering Woodcliff Lake Hilton

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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

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

Sprawling Jackson Health Village Sells for $24 Million

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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