The industrial sector may be making a comeback, but according to several ghost-hunter websites, so are many deceased folks who occupied these factories and warehouses when they were living. Haunted industrial sites can be found across the country, some of which are closed but many of which are still in operation. Here are, arguably, 13 of the most frightening.
Did Gov. Chris Christie know beforehand of the “traffic problems in Fort Lee” that occurred when some members of his staff and Port Authority cronies ordered lane closings at the Fort Lee, N.J., entrance to the George Washington Bridge last September? Will “Bridgegate” spell the end of Christie’s hopes for a presidential run in 2016?...More
This year’s Super Bowl for the first time collected food waste on game day for composting, as well as used biodiesel to power generators. The National Football League also took other steps to make for the most environmentally-friendly championship game yet, including planting trees near the host East Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium to offset carbon emissions....More
SJP Properties announced that Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc., has signed a long-term, 310,000-sq.-ft. lease to occupy the entirety of Somerset Corporate Center IV in Bridgewater, N.J....More
Cushman & Wakefield arranged 8,500 sq. ft. of office leases at Glenpointe in Teaneck. In separate transactions, Leeward International, Inc. has signed a 5,100-sq.-ft. headquarters lease and H Capital has inked a 3,400-sq.-ft. lease....More
Cushman & Wakefield's Robert J. Donnelly, of Morris County, N.J., has been named executive vice chairman, making him the first New Jersey broker and the eighth employee with the commercial real estate services firm worldwide to hold this distinguished title....More