Officials in Jersey City have unveiled the team that will kick off the 100-acre Bayfront project, a plan that would create the largest mixed-income development in the region.
Homebuilder Chris Amato is navigating challenges to the industry as both the head of his family-owned firm and as the new president of the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey.
The state will provide at least $100 million in assistance to low- and moderate-income renters impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, under a program announced Friday by Gov. Phil Murphy.
Last month I alluded to how quickly things can change during a situation such as a pandemic, especially one that has so dramatically impacted our economy. That is certainly still the case in New Jersey, but the good news is that (as of now), things may be changing for the better.
Carol Ann Short, the CEO of the New Jersey Builders Association, is stepping down after three decades with the influential trade organization.
A bill that would create a $100 million rental assistance program in New Jersey — one that has drawn support from the apartment industry — is now awaiting action by Gov. Phil Murphy.
The New Jersey Builders Association is praising Gov. Phil Murphy’s decision to allow non-essential construction to resume in New Jersey, while pledging support for the guidelines included as part of the executive order that lifted the restriction.
A group of property owners in Montclair has scored another victory in court, as it looks ahead to a hearing that could determine the fate of a hotly debated rent control ordinance in the town.
New Jersey will allow non-essential construction to resume starting Monday morning, Gov. Phil Murphy said, while also permitting non-essential retail stores to reopen for curbside pickup.
A longtime homebuilding executive has taken the reins as president of the New Jersey Builders Association, with a mission that includes helping it navigate the ongoing public health crisis.