Real Estate NJ is going to have a seminar on June 7 at NJIT regarding Newark and its revitalization. Newark means a lot to me. I grew up in Maplewood and took the bus with my friends to downtown Newark to hang out on Broad Street. We would go into Bamberger’s, Hahne’s, S. Klein on the square, etc. After the riots of 1967 Newark changed dramatically and has still not recovered from the stigma of that event. Over the last 15 years I have spent a lot of time in Newark in philanthropic endeavors and have been disappointed that Newark has not made the progress in revitalization that I had hoped it would.
A new networking series for New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector is off to a fast start, having drawn more than 350 industry professionals to a recent event in Jersey City.
The popular Jersey City Summit is set to return on May 22, marking its eighth year as it prepares to welcome more than 1,000 attendees for the annual real estate industry showcase.
Organizers of the country’s largest private lending conference have unveiled a slate of changes and key additions to this year’s program, including a presentation by the forensic accounting investigator who uncovered Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
The Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association has unveiled a panel of eight industry leaders who will headline its popular Developers Night event next month.
Local industry leaders gathered last month for the annual holiday party hosted by the Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association of the New York Metropolitan Area.
A nonprofit serving people with disabilities has raised nearly $2 million with the help of Bridge Industrial’s Jeff Milanaik, the veteran developer and longtime supporter of the organization.
A toy drive for children in Newark’s Ironbound section made its return this week with the help of the development team for a new 12-story, 403-unit apartment building in the area.
A top trade association has honored Spencer Savings Bank for its ongoing support of community organizations and nonprofits, the Elmwood Park-based lender announced.
Local leaders with the U.S. Green Building Council gathered last week to honor dozens of projects, firms and individuals that are advancing sustainability in New Jersey, as the chapter hosted its first in-person awards gala in more than three years.