Arguments before the state Supreme Court are now underway in one of more pivotal cases tied to New Jersey’s beleaguered affordable housing policy, centering on the so-called gap years in which developers and towns were without clear guidelines.
Graduate students at Rutgers University can now become certified in real estate development and redevelopment, thanks to a new joint offering at the school’s Newark campus.
Industry leaders hailed the accomplishments of Joe Riggs, a longtime group president with K. Hovnanian Enterprises, during an evening reception in Florham Park. The New Jersey Builders Association hosted the event as part of a fundraiser for its political action committee, drawing some 250 homebuilding executives and professionals to the Park Avenue Club and raising about $150,000.
The academic director at Rutgers University’s real estate program has been elected to serve on the board of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, the school announced.
Local officials in Pompton Lakes have approved a plan that would bring more than 450 apartments and a host of retail space to its downtown, according to a published report Tuesday.
Amid the stunning outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election, New Jersey residents voted as expected and overwhelmingly rejected a ballot question to expand casino gaming in the state.