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Jersey City property sells for $3.9M, Kislak says

“There is still strong demand for value-add multifamily properties in Hudson County despite rising interest rates and somewhat stagnant cap rates," according to The Kislak Co. Inc. Vice President Davis Briones, who marketed the assignment and procured the buyer.

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NAI Fennelly closes 110K square feet in office sales, leases so far in 2022

Among the deals secured by the firm, which specializes in the central Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania markets, was the $3.8 million sale of a 27,863-square-foot building in Monroe Township.

Report: Industrial investment continues in Q2, despite economic uncertainty

NAI James E. Hanson's second quarter report shows demand in the sector is persistent throughout Central and North Jersey, with an average vacancy rate of 1.8%.

CRC formally proposes permanent rules, approves 81 new conditional licenses

The move from the Cannabis Regulatory Commission codifies its licensing process – which prioritizes social equity business applications and those from certified minority-, women-, and disabled veteran-owned operators – and includes some of the lowest application fees for cannabis businesses nationwide.

Warren County businessman admits to COVID fraud

The scheme involved the former Hackettstown resident obtaining nearly $1.8 million in federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, according to an announcement from U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Philip Sellinger.

Jersey City property sells for $3.9M, Kislak says

“There is still strong demand for value-add multifamily properties in Hudson County despite rising interest rates and somewhat stagnant cap rates," according to The Kislak Co. Inc. Vice President Davis Briones, who marketed the assignment and procured the buyer.

Read the full story

NAI Fennelly closes 110K square feet in office sales, leases so far in 2022

Among the deals secured by the firm, which specializes in the central Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania markets, was the $3.8 million sale of a 27,863-square-foot building in Monroe Township.

Report: Industrial investment continues in Q2, despite economic uncertainty

NAI James E. Hanson's second quarter report shows demand in the sector is persistent throughout Central and North Jersey, with an average vacancy rate of 1.8%.

CRC formally proposes permanent rules, approves 81 new conditional licenses

The move from the Cannabis Regulatory Commission codifies its licensing process – which prioritizes social equity business applications and those from certified minority-, women-, and disabled veteran-owned operators – and includes some of the lowest application fees for cannabis businesses nationwide.

Warren County businessman admits to COVID fraud

The scheme involved the former Hackettstown resident obtaining nearly $1.8 million in federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, according to an announcement from U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Philip Sellinger.



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