CENTRAL NEW JERSEY— The Kislak Company, Inc. announced the recent sale of three properties in central New Jersey with 36 residential units and over 15,000 s/f of commercial space, for a total of $8.48 million.
The separate transactions include the $4.2 million sale of Rose Gardens, a 32-unit garden apartment complex in Long Branch, Monmouth County; the $3.3 million sale of a shopping center in Matawan, Monmouth County; and the $980,000 sale of a mixed-use property in Point P
BETHLEHEM, PA — The Kislak Company, Inc. announced the sale of Bethlehem Silk Mill, a luxury apartment building consisting of 61 units at 238 Goepp St. in Bethlehem, for $7.05 million.
Kislak marketed the property on an exclusive basis with president Robert Holland and vice president Justin Lupo handling the assignment. Vice president Matt Wolf represented the purchaser. Holland commented, “This is the second time Kislak sold this property. The seller benefited from the ren
HARRISBURG, PA — The Kislak Company, Inc. announced the recent $50 million off-market sale of a multifamily portfolio in Harrisburg with 825 residential units along with eight commercial spaces and four cell phone towers.
The portfolio includes the following properties, all of which are located in close proximity to one another in Pennsylvania’s capital:
- River Plaza with 269 units and two commercial spaces at 2311 North Front St.;
- Riverfront Park with 216 units at 260
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I fell into commercial real estate brokerage. I had been handling REO (real estate owned) by Midlantic Bank (now PNC) when I was approached by the then president of Kislak. At first I didn’t like the business. However, over time it became an excellent choice for me.
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I didn’t choose brokerage. I fell into it. However I enjoy it so much that it’s
SUSSEX, NJ — The Kislak Company, Inc. announced the recent sale of The Creamery, a mixed use property with 20 residential units and five commercial spaces at 16 Walling Avenue, Sussex, for $2.25 million.
Kislak marketed the property and vice president Joseph Keenan represented both the purchaser, F.M.F. Investments LLC and seller, Creamery Apartments LLC, in the sale of the former creamery. Both parties are longtime Kislak clients.
The seller bought the property in a distre