Top Stories in New Jersey Commercial Real Estate
UNICOM, the California-based company that acquired the former Merck campus in Readington, is doing far more than simply backfilling space at one of New Jersey’s largest stranded assets.

The global conglomerate has plans to create a dynamic, inclusive technology campus that will attract other tenants and serve as a regional hub for research and innovation. And it has already engaged community stakeholders, who are now eager to capture the types of investment and economic development that have revitalized other parts of the state. 
A bill that would create new specialized, lower-cost liquor licenses and likely provide a boost to New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector has cleared another hurdle in the Legislature.
Two New Jersey real estate firms have joined forces with a focus on the new federal Opportunity Zone program, having already teed up more than $85 million in multifamily investments.
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