Real Estate Roundup: Journal Squared Featured on Dezeen, New Design for American Dream Mall

**Jersey City’s Journal Squared skyscraper was recently featured in London’s prominent design site, Dezeen. Designed by Hollwich Kushner and Handel Architects, the 53-story tower is expected to open in early 2017. The tower, which is compared to Rafael Viñoly’s supertall 432 Park Avenue in New York, is one of three towers planned for Journal Square. —Dezeen

**Developers of the American Dream — the Meadowlands’ über mall complex — have unveiled a new glassy design for the shopping/entertainment center, which they claim will open in 2018. They’ve also released a fly-over video of the complex. —The Record

**The city has received $3.2 million in grants for three affordable housing projects: Montgomery Family Phase I (at the former Montgomery Gardens complex), Glennview Townhouses Phase II (at the Lafayette Gardens complex), and the Catherine Todd Senior Living Center (at Montgomery Gardens complex). —NJ.com

**Newark’s Whole Foods is set to open in winter of 2017 at 609 Broad Street. Whole Foods plans to offer up to $15,000 in grants to local health and food organizations in addition to up to $250,000 in loans for local entrepreneurs. —Jersey Digs

**Panasonic’s iconic North American headquarters in Newark has been sold to an overseas investor for a reported $165 million. —Real Estate NJ

(Photo: Dezeen)