As one developer exits, another stakes a claim in downtown Jersey City's emerging Lackawanna/Soho West neighborhood.
The deal may just be a Jersey City record for an unfinished apartment.
In a first quarter activity report, Roseland gives insights into the leasing activity surrounding its most-recent residential development, Jersey City Urby.
Hard Rock International buys Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City for four cents on the dollar of the $1.2 billion construction price.
Remember 54 Reservoir Avenue, a large single-family on a double lot in the Heights? After 18 days on the market, the home sold, claiming a spot as one of the top single family home sales in the Heights.
Advance Realty, developer of the recently opened Harlow, announced last week their acquisition of The Metropolitan, a residential and retail property at 1300 Clinton Street in Hoboken.
200 Washington St, a two-story building in Downtown Newark, recently sold for $4.1 million, a sign of Newark's ever-increasing interest among investors.
The U.S. subsidiary of Japan’s largest publicly-traded real estate company has just purchased a majority stake in one of Hoboken’s most modern office buildings, proving that the age-old wisdom of “location, location, location” hasn’t changed much.
Urban Edge Properties announced yesterday that it has entered into a $43.7 million contract to purchase Hudson Mall in Jersey City. The property, located on Route 440, spans 383,000 square feet and contains anchor tenants Marshalls, Toys "R" Us, Staples, and Old Navy.
A property we previously featured on Jersey Digs has now closed and with it set the record for the highest priced sale for a true 1-family property downtown.