We’re redevelopers. We re-envision underutilized properties to create better places to live. The transformation begins with thoughtful design plans, working closely with municipalities, securing the approvals and receiving the designations. Then we build — dynamic, super-amenitized, transit-oriented condo and townhouse communities that connect with the character of each town.
Our high-end shopping destinations in high-traffic areas are strategically located beside luxury residential, and just off commuter roadways. They attract residents across towns to our premium tenants – Whole Foods, Lowe’s, Costco, Starbucks, ULTA Beauty, Shake Shack, OrangeTheory – and create significant jobs and tax revenue.
With great detail and sensitivity, we work with publicly traded companies to transition their corporate campuses in the Tri-state area. We negotiate the complex process of rezoning and environmentally impacted sites to create places of lasting value. Recent companies include Colgate-Palmolive, Chubb Insurance, and Northrop Grumman.
Thomas Andes – Mayor of Denville See Project
Victor DeLuca – Maplewood Mayor See Project
Robert W. Dietz – Colgate-Palmolive VP of Global Facilities See Project
AJ Paz – Northrop Grumman Director of Real Estate Worldwide See Project
Herman Simonese – Chubb Insurance of Parsippany Director of Real Estate See Project
Joseph Forgione – Founder of JMF Properties See Project
Joe DeMarco – City of Bayonne Business Administrator See Project
Premier shopping attraction anchored by the first Amazon-owned Whole Foods. New junior box tenants include Home Sense, The Paper Store, ULTA Beauty, OrangeTheory Fitness, and Shake Shack. At the intersections of Route 46 and Route 202, with its own exit from Route 287, and bordering on Mountain Lakes, one of the most affluent communities in NJ.
An unprecedented redevelopment of the New Jersey Gold Coast. The city of Bayonne designated JMF as redeveloper for the 24-acres Military Ocean Terminal on the Hudson River waterfront. Costco, CVS, LA Fitness, BCB Bank, Lidel Supermarket, Starbucks. 650 rental units. 15,000 sq. ft. of amenities, including rooftop pool. 500 yards from exit 14A, off the N.J. Turnpike. Light Rail and new ferry service to NYC.