Denholtz Properties Selected as a Finalist for 2022 NJBIZ Business of the Year

Denholtz Properties announces it was selected as a finalist for NJBIZ’s Business of the Year Awards at its annual event held at The Palace at Somerset Park on December 13th.

Awarded annually, the NJBIZ Business of the Year Awards celebrate the unique businesses throughout the state and their leaders who have created dynamic organizations focused on professional excellence, business growth and community involvement.

The award recognized Denholtz Properties’ growth into one of New Jersey’s most respected real estate developers, investors and managers with a portfolio spanning 5.8 million-square-foot in both New Jersey and the Southeast. The company’s continued growth in highly competitive markets has been powered by a focus on a collaborative approach with local communities and its partners.

Exemplifying the company’s approach to real estate development and investment has been its work in Red Bank since relocating to the Borough in 2019. In that short time, the firm has been a catalyst for growth across Red Bank by driving real estate investment with developments like The Rail at Red Bank and Southbank at the Navesink while also becoming an invaluable partner to local non-profits such as Lunch Break

In addition, the company’s expansion of its Southeast portfolio has highlighted its commitment to responsible and strategic growth. Mirroring the reputation for execution and integrity earned through its long history in New Jersey, the company has made several high-profile acquisitions across the market throughout 2022 and charted a continued expansion across the region over the next several years.  

“We are honored to be recognized alongside so many of the state’s most respected and successful businesses,” said Steven Denholtz, CEO of Denholtz Properties. “As we celebrate this achievement, we also want to take the opportunity to highlight the hard work, dedication and drive of our team who have made our continued growth and success possible.”