FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYERS READY FOR INFORMATIVE SEMINAR THIS SATURDAY AT THE VILLAGES AT TIMBER OAK

DANBURY, CT — First-time homebuyers are anxiously awaiting the special “Homebuyer Seminar” scheduled for this weekend at The Villages at Timber Oak featuring real estate experts including Mortgage Specialist Nella Sementilli, of Countrywide Home Loans (a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America). The informative event will be held this Saturday, April 4th beginning at…

LOFTY PLANS FOR THE BEACON IN JERSEY CITY

Friday, March 27, 2009 By Jason Sheftell Country’s largest preservation project changes course in heart of Jersey City When George Filopoulos saw the ruins of tne Jersey city Medical Center from the state turnpike in 2002, he didn’t know a quick glance while driving would lead to the largest historic residential restoration in the United…

Ironstate Development, Led By David Barry and Michael Barry, Begins Site Work on New Hoboken Rental Building

Ironstate Development, led by David Barry and Michael Barry, has broken ground on The Berkshire, a new residential building containing 93 upscale loft-style rental residences located within Ironstate’s Shipyard mixed-use community along Hoboken, N.J.’s northern Hudson River waterfront. Residents will have access to the impressive array of amenities available at The Shipyard, including on-site NY…

ROSELAND PROPERTY COMPANY LAUNCHES NEW CONSULTING DIVISION TO OFFER CLIENTS ASSET RECOVERY SERVICES

SHORT HILLS, NJ — Roseland Property Company of Short Hills, NJ has launched a new consulting division to offer asset recovery services to financial institutions and other lender/owners. The privately-owned, full-service company will focus its consulting work on situations where the firm’s skills in large-scale land development, construction completion and residential management will bring the…

BEACON OF HOPE

By Alyson Grala Given the current economic crisis, the last thing one might expect to find is an on-track redevelopment project. But that’s exactly what’s happening at the former Jersey City Medical Center, a cluster of 10 art deco buildings set atop a 14-acre site on the Palisades Ridge near Journal Square in ]ersey City.…

GARDEN APTS.

March 19, 2009 By KATHERINE DYKSTRA HOBOKEN and Jersey City are hardly the only New Jersey areas with spanking new housing stock on offer. Newark, South Orange, Trenton and Union City all have new roofs to put over your head. And it’s no surprise, in this economy, that developers are highlighting exactly the same selling…

READY TO DEAL: JERSEY’S HIGHS & LOWS

March 19, 2009 By ADAM BONISLAWSKI WHAT’S one sure sign a real estate market has gone south; When developers are willing to talk publicly about price cuts. In better times, a developer would rather confess to drown ing kittens than chopping prices Today, however, lips are looser. Instead of clamming up about price reductions, some…