Payless Shoe Source will close seven stores in New Jersey amid some 400 store closures nationwide, the latest in a wave of downsizing by some of the nation’s most recognizable retail brands.
The New Jersey retail landscape has changed, but the spending power of its residents hasn’t. Owners of malls, shopping centers and mixed-use projects will continue to adapt and invest in the state.
Bell Works hires creative director to oversee building makeover
‘Mini-city’ education center commits to American Dream project
Grocery-anchored retail center in Morris County fetches $51 million
Family values: NAI Mertz has staked its claim in South Jersey, while keeping its nimble, ‘mom-and-pop’ feel over more than 35 years
LMC: Wireless carrier inks lease at Mercer shopping center
Longtime retail broker joins Colliers
All business: A decade later, Woodbridge mayor still has economic development at the top of his agenda
Since taking office in late 2006, Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac has emerged as one of the most development-friendly and pro-business mayors in all of New Jersey. He and his economic development team can boast a record that includes two new power plants, millions of square feet of warehouse space and dozens of new retailers, banks and eateries that have opened during that time.