By Paul V. Profeta We all have work done on our buildings. Many of us require that the Contractor provide proof of insurance in order to protect us from any liability that could occur due to their negligence or imperfections…
My hope for 2020 is that our government officials will find the courage and willingness to tackle some thorny issues, including: overhaul New Jersey’s retirement and health care plans for state and school employees, consolidate school districts and remove barriers to allow regionalization of tax assessment, health services, municipal courts and fire and police services. If tackled, these measures will, over time, provide for better care and services to taxpayers while freeing up billions of dollars to invest in infrastructure, retraining and education programs and reducing the crushing tax burden on residents and businesses.
Led by Onyx Equities, the redesign of Newark’s Gateway Center will transform the complex’s streetscape and busy pedestrian concourse, but the project is equally tied to improving the buildings’ long-neglected mechanical infrastructure.
A planned retail center in Wayne has joined the growing list of redevelopment projects in the municipality, thanks in large part to a locally based construction firm led by township residents.
As we wind down the year, we’re excited to bring you a recap of our top stories of 2019, including our most-read items and a few editor’s picks. You can catch up on our daily “best of” emails below. We will also keep you updated in the event of any breaking news.
Even in the extraordinarily tight industrial market in northern New Jersey, a century-old nonprofit with a good brand and a long-term lease plan can still acquire new warehouse space. Of course, it doesn’t hurt when the nonprofit sees e-commerce as a vital part of its future.
Times are good now for the commercial and industrial real estate industry, and those professionals that comprise NAIOP are an integral component in successful economic development projects. These same industry professionals also are doing great things for our fellow New Jerseyans.
An ownership and management team is hailing the turnaround of a 344-unit apartment complex in Ocean County, spurring improved retention and an increase in rental rates as part of an effort that has garnered acclaim from the industry’s top trade association.
As it marks its 25th anniversary, G.S. Wilcox & Co. is celebrating not only record business, but the arrival of a new generation that is poised to lead the firm for decades to come.
In a Jersey City building, the place where you park your Lexus is going to become the place where you pick up lettuce — a change that has required the help of a locally based engineering team.