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NorthJersey.com: Sony sells Park Ridge building to Paramus real estate firm

Sony Electronics Inc. has sold its Park Ridge building to Hornrock Properties of Paramus for an undisclosed amount, and plans to lease back part of the building. Hornrock said the purchase was part of an effort to diversity its portfolio, which also includes town houses in Morris County and single-family homes in Central Valley, N.Y.…

NY1 Online: 36 Acre Waterfront Community Near Completion

NY1 VIDEO: While a lot of attention is being put on development projects in St. George including the NY Wheel and Empire Outlets, another development project just down the shoreline is getting closer to completion. The project is transforming 36 acres on the former Stapleton Homeport into a sustainable waterfront community.  It will include 900 units…

NJ BIZ: Ironstate expanding its development focus to Connecticut, Staten Island

Joshua Burd reports on the expansion of Ironstate Development into Staten Island and Connecticut. After decades spent building a vast multifamily portfolio around New Jersey’s Gold Coast and then New York City, Ironstate Development is adding a new location to its list of target markets: Stamford, Connecticut. The well-respected Hoboken-based firm is preparing to start construction…

NJ Biz: Condos making comeback in Jersey

The financial crisis brought New Jersey’s for-sale housing sector to its knees — and developers of luxury condominiums were among the hardest hit by the meltdown. But some builders are slowly coming back to the asset class, experts say, driven by the demand for high-end units in the state’s prime locations and the sheer lack…

Industry Magazine: The Ultimate Commute

via Laura D.C.  Kolnoski/ Industry Magazine A comprehensive development like no other, Port Imperial along the Hudson River continues rising as new residents clamor to be part of a whole new thing. A community in itself, the $2 billion devel­opment stretches over two miles along the waterfront. It is rapidly transforming the area with soaring residences,…

MultiFamily Executive – Energy Technology Savings

A partnership between Energy Technology Savings (ETS), Lowe’s, and Electrolux could have major implications for multifamily energy usage. The companies are launching a pilot program, installing wireless pack-aged terminal air controller (PTAC) units at high-rises in New Jersey. By connecting the PTAC units to wireless networks, users will be able to con-trol the devices from…

The Record – First-time buyers key to housing

Joy Abma, 23, and Dan Charnesky, 24, expected to rent an apartment after their wedding this spring. But when they looked at the high rents — and the difficulty of finding a place that would take their three dogs — they decided to try to buy a home instead. “We had been saving for a…

New York Post – Fort Lee is the new New Jersey

The new Fort Lee, NJ, rental tower The Modern was some 40 years in the making. To hear resident Larry Sharpe describe it, it was worth the wait. “You have every amenity in the world,” Sharpe says of the building, where he shares a two-bedroom with his wife and their three-year-old twin daughters. “There’s a…