By: NJBIZ Editorial Team
St. Joseph’s Health has opened the St. Joseph’s Health Totowa Health Campus, a state-of-the-art outpatient facility that follows the multi-specialty care model by providing access to primary, urgent and specialty care services under one roof.Read More
Past perfect: CHA architect explains how she incorporates history into modern design in projects such as the Randolph in PlainfieldPosted OnJuly 14, 2022 by
By: Brett Johnson | ROI-NJ
Maybe there’s a trifecta of material price hikes, labor shortages and economic uncertainty looming large in real estate. Talking to architect Judy Donnelly, you wouldn’t guess it.
For her and other building designers, nothing budgetary so far distracts them from their usual philosophy.
By: Eric Kiefer | Bloomfield Patch
BLOOMFIELD, NJ — A luxury townhouse building in Bloomfield has officially opened its sales office to potential residents.
CHA Partners recently announced that it has opened the sales office for the new Royal Townhomes: 14 two-story townhome units that are available for purchase. As of Monday, asking prices for the units ranged from $599,000 to $659,000.
By: Taylor Williams | Northeast Real Estate Business
Adaptive reuse projects have continued to garner the attention of the commercial real estate community, especially in light of the lasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While office and retail conversion projects have remained popular in numerous markets over the last several years, in certain parts of the country, projects involving the adaptive reuse of hospitals and healthcare facilities have also played a major role in bringing new life back to communities.
By: Linda Linder | ROI-NJ
CHA Partners has opened its sales office for the new Royal Townhomes in Bloomfield, according to a Friday announcement.
The Royal Townhomes pay tribute to the historic Stern’s Royal Theater in both design and name. The 14 two-story units will be available in five distinct layout options and are located in the heart of Bloomfield’s downtown.Read More
By: Leslie Shaver | Multifamily Dive
You may not find CHA Partners on lists of the top developers in the country. But that doesn’t mean its work isn’t impactful.Read More
By: Sebastian Morris | New York YIMBY
Developer CHA Partners recently celebrated the grand opening of Margaret O. Carpenter Women’s Health Center, a first-of-its kind specialty medical facility in Rockaway Beach, Queens. The facility is located at 105-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard within the recently completed Rockaway Beach Medical Arts Complex.Read More
Margaret O. Carpenter Women’s Health Center A First-of-its-Kind Women’s Health Facility in Rockaway Beach, NY Celebrates Grand OpeningPosted OnApril 6, 2022 by
By: Hospital & Healthcare Management
Local officials and executives from Episcopal Health Services joined CHA Partners yesterday to celebrate the grand opening of the Margaret O. Carpenter Women’s Health Center, the first-of-its-kind speciality medical facility at 105-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard. The state-of-the-art facility, part of the new Rockaway Beach Medical Arts Complex, offers top-quality medical care in a modern setting to a medically underserved area in Rockaway Beach.
By: Barbara Ballinger | UNITS Magazine
The recent and rapid evolution and adoption of technology in the rental housing industry has created a stunning metamorphosis, bringing great benefit to owners, operators and residents alike.
After lagging other industries in its embrace of technology, the rental housing industry is rapidly catching up. Results are transformative as owners, managers and residents benefit from improved efficiencies, smoother operations, a competitive edge, better environmental stewardship and enhanced net operating income (NOI).
Some initiatives have been underway for years, certainly those that transitioned paper-based processes like rent collection, utility billing management and work orders, with firms now able to support the entire resident experience, creating value for clients through resident satisfaction and retention.Read More
By: Bendix Anderson | UNITS Magazine
The $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act offers opportunity for existing communities and new apartment development near mass transit.
Workers swarm over a construction site in Harrison, N.J., about a block away from a refurbished light rail station. They started construction in November 2021 on “Block D,” a new, five-story building that will eventually hold 399 luxury apartments.Read More