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Link at Aberdeen Latest Example of Community-Focused Amenities Impacting New Jersey Apartment Arena

Jan 17, 2018

FLORHAM PARK, NJ — Amenities are kicking into high-gear in the New Jersey apartment arena. Just ask David Minno, President, MINNO & WASKO Architects and Planners, who provided some insight into this topic at our recent New Jersey Apartment Summit in late 2017. Minno believes that it’s really about the “life” part of  the word … Continue reading “Link at Aberdeen Latest Example of Community-Focused Amenities Impacting New Jersey Apartment Arena”

 

HFF’s Jose Cruz: Class B in New Jersey Has Seen 4.2% Rent Growth, Doubling Class A

Jan 16, 2018

FLORHAM PARK, NJ — Class B product is on the rise in New Jersey. So said Jose Cruz, Senior Managing Director at HFF at CapRE’s recent New Jersey Apartment Summit, where we convened a panel of regional industry leaders and experts to talk about the forces driving the latest activity in the New Jersey Multifamily … Continue reading “HFF’s Jose Cruz: Class B in New Jersey Has Seen 4.2% Rent Growth, Doubling Class A”

 

Which New Jersey Markets are Slowing Down? Tim Touhey Says Robinsville to Hudson Still Strong Bets

Jan 10, 2018

FLORHAM PARK, NJ — There’s been a lot of talk about formidable headwinds in getting construction financing in New Jersey in the past year. Fortunately, at our recent New Jersey Apartment Summit, we were able to touch base with some insider experts on the lending side to see if these headwinds are a myth, the reality, … Continue reading “Which New Jersey Markets are Slowing Down? Tim Touhey Says Robinsville to Hudson Still Strong Bets”

 

Jersey City Multi-Family 360: Waterfront Rents Beating Expectations Due to Lack of Supply, Interior Neighborhoods Offer Half the Rent with Access to PATH

Jan 5, 2018

FLORHAM PARK, NJ — At CapRE’s recent New Jersey Apartment Summit, we connected with a panel of Garden State insiders to discuss the ever-changing development, investment and leasing arenas.  The discussion kicked off with a focus on New Jersey’s urban growth, particularly in Jersey City. What drives it, why is Jersey City booming, and what … Continue reading “Jersey City Multi-Family 360: Waterfront Rents Beating Expectations Due to Lack of Supply, Interior Neighborhoods Offer Half the Rent with Access to PATH”

 

New Jersey Condo Market Primed for Profit, says Christopher Otteau

Jan 2, 2018

FLORHAM PARK, NJ — New Jersey’s for-sale market is surging. Long-time renters are deciding it’s time to put down some roots.  At our recent New Jersey Apartment Summit, we connected with two Garden State insiders to learn more about why this is, what’s happening, and who is settling down on the Gold Coast. First, we … Continue reading “New Jersey Condo Market Primed for Profit, says Christopher Otteau”

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