Category: Our Work

The Real Deal: New brokerages open offices to seal deals in Hudson County

Anne Field at The Real Deal looks into the burgeoning broker market in Hudson County in this month’s issue. Developers aren’t the only real estate players making the most of surging interest in the Gold Coast. Brokers are in on it, too. Early last year, long-time Hoboken broker Renée Condon opened a Keller Williams Realty franchise there, part of…

The Real Deal: Squeezing high-end housing into Hoboken’s waterfront

The June issue of The Real Deal features our client, Bijou Properties. At first glance, you’d think Hoboken couldn’t squeeze in another square inch of residential construction. Not only is it just one square mile, but development in the former industrial city has been going on for decades. Currently, only around 7 percent of the…

The Real Deal: A lesser-known Kushner bets big on Jersey

Our client, Jonathan Kushner of Kushner Real Estate Group, is featured in an interview with Miriam Kreinin Souccar in the current issue of The Real Deal.  Jonathan Kushner may live in Manhattan, but the 37-year-old president of the Kushner Real Estate Group is betting big on Jersey City. His Bridgewater, New Jersey-based company owns and manages…

The New York Times: Staten Island’s Turning Point?

C.J. Hughes at The New York Times features our client, Ironstate Development, in a report about the revitalization of Staten Island. A wide bay may separate Staten Island from the rest of the city. But in terms of real estate, differences between the borough and other enclaves seem to be lifting like a morning fog.…

Elite Traveler: The Avenue Collection Delivers Modern Flair to the Hudson River

In the heart of Port Imperial, a two-mile stretch of Hudson River waterfront featuring shops, restaurants, parks and a riverfront promenade, lies The Avenue Collection, a new generation of chic condominium living that blends a modern, urban lifestyle with hotel-inspired amenities. With its sleek and contemporary design, The Avenue Collection delivers a decidedly more modern…

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…