The six-building, 630,000 square-foot office campus, which was recently acquired by New York-based private equity investment group NECG from KBS, provides a corporate campus environment for tenants.
The transaction marks the first step of a project that will re-imagine the 108,000-square-foot, landmark industrial property and former home of Miesch Silk Co.
Crossings at Raritan Station delivers 276 residences to a convenient commuter locale.
The demolition of the six-story, 1.5 million-square-foot, bomb-proof structures allows the construction of a UPS facility to begin at the 153-acre waterfront industrial park.
Twenty-two apartment units, clocking in at 16,500 square feet, were snagged off the market as multifamily demand soars in the smaller transit-oriented cities and suburbs.
Underground utilities construction company Elecnor Hawkeye will utilize the facility for office, warehouse and maintenance space for its equipment and cabling materials.
Desktop Metal signed a five-year agreement for 7,571 square feet at 60 S. Jefferson Road in Whippany.
Northbridge Partners purchased the 72,625-square-foot single-tenant, retail asset situated on 9.43 acres in Burlington County.
Kinedyne, a cargo securement and control company, signed a long-term lease based on the broker's commitment to customer service, paired with the property’s adaptability and location.
Development company Braemar Partners will break ground later this year on Arbor Terrace Basking Ridge, with a projected opening in early 2023.
The 32,226-square-foot Rutherford building is one of the few in walking distance to the train station and downtown area that best accommodates smaller tenants. The property endured well during the pandemic due to its unique position within the market catering to smaller, entrepreneurial tenants and medical practitioners.
Paris Baguette aims to open 30 locations in 20 key markets this year.