Opportunities in Industrial Real Estate—and the Impact of E-commerce


By Steven Denholtz, CEO Denholtz Associates Much has been said about the impact of e-commerce, specifically Internet retailing, on the bricks-and mortar retail. Indeed fully 10% of retail spending is now done outside of stores. Internet sales at the top companies has been growing by 25% year-over-year. The attraction: Click-to-ship…

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Denholtz Associates Revives Long-Abandoned Franklin, NJ Industrial Property


Franklin, N.J. (May 20, 2016) – Denholtz Associates announced the acquisition of 655 Howard Avenue in Franklin, NJ, the 74,325 -sq.-ft. former manufacturing home of Acme Tube.   The building had been foreclosed upon and has been vacant for a number of years.  Denholtz has acquired the building after developing a…

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Denholtz Associates, Convergent Capital Partners Complete Sale / Leaseback of Tampa Bay Times Headquarters for $19 Million


St. Petersburg, Fla. (April 27, 2016) – Denholtz Associates, has announced the acquisition of the Tampa Bay Times Building in St. Petersburg, Florida with joint venture partner Convergent Capital Partners for $19 million. The Property, an eight-floor, 240,000 square foot Class-A office space located at 490 1st Avenue South will…

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Denholtz Associates hosts broker event at newly renovated 270 Sylvan Avenue in Englewood Cliffs


Denholtz Associates hosted a broker event on Thursday, April 14th at 270 Sylvan Avenue, Englewood Cliffs, where a $1.2 million renovation recently took place. Attending brokers were entered into a prize raffle, treated to lunch and given tours of the first-class space. Winners of the raffle included: $500 prize winner,…

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A look at why downtown Orlando is attracting new businesses: Part 1- Focus on Downtown


Florida has a diverse and complex real estate market.  The state has recently surpassed New York as the country’s third most populated state, and is forecasted to be the fastest growing state in populace between 2015 and 2025, adding an estimated additional 4.49 million people. That being said, this population…

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Denholtz Associates Completes $5.82 Million Refinancing of Bernardsville Office Building


Bernardsville, N.J. (March 31, 2016) – Denholtz Associates has completed a $5.82 million refinancing with OceanFirst Bank on its 54,600-square-foot, Class-A office building located at 150 Morristown Road in Bernardsville, New Jersey. Bradley J. Fouss of OceanFirst Bank negotiated the 10-year refinance, which will be at a fixed rate for…

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Changing the model: Denholtz Associates finding fresh approach to development


Denholtz Associates has more than 60 years of history in New Jersey, but these days prides itself on being a nimble, entrepreneurial real estate company focused on creating value for its investors.

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Adaptive Reuse: A Solution for a Suburban Office Market in a State of Flux


By Stephen Cassidy, President The suburban office market as it exists in New Jersey today is largely in a state of flux, created in no small part by the cultural and economic demands of the baby boomer generation, which came of age in the 60s and 70s and migrated in large…

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Denholtz Associates Purchases 83,258-Sq.-Ft., Four-Story Office Building in Franklin, N.J.


Somerset, N.J. (February 23, 2016) – We recently announced the purchase of a four-story, 83,258-square-foot multi-tenant commercial office building located in Franklin Township, New Jersey. The building, Somerset Executive Square II, is ideally situated in the Route-287 submarket. The property was purchased from GE Capital. “We have been players in…

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Denholtz Associates Announces Lauren Hayes as Asset Manager


Matawan, N.J. (February 9, 2016) – Denholtz Associates announced today the addition of Lauren Hayes to the position of Asset Manager. In her new position Hayes will be responsible for overseeing the operational activities of a multi-million square foot portfolio of commercial real estate assets in New Jersey, Florida, Lehigh…

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