Tag: real estate news

Mapping the Rise of New Jersey’s 23 Tallest Towers

Several of our clients, Ironstate Development and Kushner Real Estate Group (KRE),  were recently featured in a Curbed.com report on Jersey City’s tallest projects.  New York may be known for its skyscrapers, but its humble neighbor to the west is slowly but surely catching up in the megaproject department. While New Jersey won’t be getting any…

Madison Hawk to Auction Two Lender-Owned East Coast Residential Developments

NEW YORK — Madison Hawk, a national real estate firm and industry leader specializing in Structured Accelerated Sales, will conduct sealed bid auctions for two large real estate parcels in premier eastern United States locations. The sealed bid deadline for the offerings will be Thursday, September 24th, 2015. Included in the separate auctions are permit-ready…

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.…

BNE Real Estate Group Captures Five Prestigious Awards at the 28th Annual Sales and Marketing Awards in Atlantic City

LIVINGSTON, N.J. – BNE Real Estate Group (www.bnerealestate.com), a national real estate development organization with more than 60 years of experience and the parent company of homebuilder Millennium Homes, was the honored recipient of five prestigious awards at the New Jersey Builders Association’s annual Sales and Marketing (SAM) Awards banquet on March 26th at the…

N.J. home building permits rise in 2012 in housing construction

By KATHLEEN LYNN/RECORD Staff Writter After three years of deeply depressed home construction activity, building permits in New Jersey jumped by a third last year, buoyed by multifamily construction. While the number of units approved by the state, almost 18,000, remained far below the annual averages of a decade ago, it made 2012 the busiest…

Homebuilder optimism rises for 5th straight month

 via Derek Kravitz, AP Real Estate Writer/  Yahoo Finance WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. homebuilders are gradually growing more optimistic about the depressed housing market and believe homes sales could pick up sharply when the spring buying season begins. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo said Wednesday that its builder sentiment index rose for a fifth…