If you’ve begun to collect tax credits under Grow New Jersey and other state incentive programs, experts say now is the time to be proactive and verify that you have met your commitments for job creation and retention.
Newark’s top official for economic and housing development is stepping down next week after a little more than a year on the job.
Gov. Phil Murphy will give his budget message to the Legislature on Tuesday, March 5. As the voice of the commercial real estate development industry in New Jersey, NAIOP’s attention will be focused on the messaging that emanates from Trenton. Given the headlines over the last several months, we are rightly concerned about the state’s fiscal health and its ability to withstand a recession, which is all but certain by 2020.
Gov. Phil Murphy is hoping to lure new investors to some of the state’s oldest buildings, touting a proposed historic preservation tax credit as part of his plan to overhaul New Jersey’s embattled incentive programs.