The state Economic Development Authority is now accepting applications for the jobs-based tax incentive known as Emerge, the long-awaited successor to the Grow New Jersey program.
A developer and Newark city officials are offering new details about a plan to revitalize a former stadium property, including a focus on affordable housing and the use of union labor.
Biggins Lacy Shapiro & Co. LLC has added to its Princeton-based team with the hiring of a new site selection and incentives consultant.
Business leaders are hoping to shine a light on Atlantic City’s available housing stock — and the incentives for would-be buyers — in a free event slated to take place this week.
A new 78-unit affordable housing development is coming to Newark’s West Ward as part of a collaboration among state officials, private-sector builders and a key hospital in the city.
Hoboken city officials are clearing the way for an agreement with Ironstate Development Co. that would bring more than 360 new apartments to the site of a run-down municipal garage, while preserving a waterfront parcel that local leaders had long sought to protect.
As we seem to be nearing the final stages of the global pandemic with more people getting vaccinated, federal stimulus monies pouring into our state and a new federal administration that is much more friendly to New Jersey, many of us are feeling that 2021 is going to be a good year.