New Jersey Headlines
SECAUCUS, NJ—At 50 Meadowlands Parkway, VER, a provider of audio, video, lighting, rigging and media services, signed a 223,000-square-foot lease. At 1 County Road, David Donahue, a retailer of fine menswear, signed a 27,440-square-foot lease, and Jay Joshua, an import business, signed on for 9,195 square feet.
PARSIPPANY, NJ—Kasbar has more than 27 years of transactional brokerage experience and, over the past decade, has been involved in $50 million annually in lease transactions.
Middle Market Digest
Here is a roundup of the latest leases, sales and other transactions in the Northeast middle markets.
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- HFF Arranges $32.5 Million Financing for Jersey City Multifamily Development
- How PILOTS Steer Municipalities, Developers into New Waters
- Two Separate Essex County MF Portfolios Sell for $29 Million
- Denholtz Flips Franklin Township Industrial in Less Than a Year
- Middle Market Digest: This Week in the Northeast
- Sheldon Gross: Fairfield, NJ Seeing Strong Industrial Activity
- Berger Acquires Iconic 33 Washington Street Office Tower in Newark, NJ
- Middle Market Digest – The Northeast
PORTSMOUTH, NH—Dubai had the largest number of hotel rooms in its construction pipeline at year-end 2016, according to Lodging Econometrics.
LONDON—Joining Avison Young as a principal, Luke Mackenzie has arranged transactions that range in size from £35 million to £3 billion.
CANNES, FRANCE—GlobeSt.com caught up with RICS chief executive Sean Tompkins at the recent MIPIM conference, where the organization rolled out a new requirement for managing conflicts of interest.
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- 25-Year Industry Veteran Joins NGKF
- Home Price Gains Reach 31-Month High
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- Handling Environmental Issues When Selling
- How Much Longer Can the Bull Market Last?
- Trump Plans Will Mean CRE Winners, Losers
- Freddie Mac's Workforce Housing Offering Prices At Slight Premium
- Mall REITs Anticipate Flight to Quality
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NEW YORK CITY—Apartments and industrial, among other sectors, could see cash flow acceleration, while net lease could suffer if inflation and higher interest rates come, write analysts at Fitch Ratings.
NEW YORK CITY—Each for different reasons, Millennials and Baby Boomers are gravitating toward apartments as a solution, says a Kroll Bond Rating Agency report.
McLEAN, VA--Or, a story illustrating the essential role soft money is likely to play in the LIHTC world.