The first piece of a long-awaited research, business and retail campus in downtown New Brunswick is slated to break ground next summer after securing commitments from four of the state’s largest institutions in health care and higher education.
Arthur E. Imperatore Sr., the pioneer of Hudson River commuter ferry service and a central figure in the transformation of northern New Jersey’s Gold Coast, has died at age 95.
It may be the Mile Square City, but Hoboken still has room to grow. After creating mixed-use projects in the largely industrial western half, developers are focusing on the city’s northwestern corner, known as the North End. City officials are in favor of the growth, with a North End Redevelopment Plan in progress that focuses on a diversified tax base, open space and flood-resistant infrastructure.
NJ Transit is seeking would-be developers for two sites, including property at the busy Metropark station in Woodbridge and a parcel near Liberty State Park in Jersey City.
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DMR Architects is touting the start of construction at a new 62,500-square-foot municipal and library building in Montgomery Township.
Clarke Caton Hintz has named a new principal, elevating a longtime leader with the architecture industry’s top trade association.
Because of Gilbane Building Company’s diverse expertise and capabilities across multiple market segments, we are able to work with a broad base of clients on an array of project types. Our clients range from leading pharmaceutical and life science, health care, financial services, tech and telecom companies to retail, residential and commercial developers, education, public sector and more.
Jersey City and Kushner Cos. have settled a two-year-old lawsuit over a massive residential project in the city, ending a bitter public feud and clearing the way for construction.