Experts say the way to revive outdated, underutilized commercial properties in New Jersey is to make the sites an essential part of their communities. That can mean increasing the amount of public green space or adding mixed-use elements, among other options aimed at redeveloping so-called stranded assets.
By and large, it’s been a decade of good news for New Jersey industrial’s sector. I’m certainly thankful for the steady stream of updates on deals and developments up and down the state, especially in a pandemic that has threatened other asset classes. That can also present a challenge as we look to keep our content fresh, nuanced and informative in an area that has been so consistent.
The state Economic Development Authority is now accepting applications for commercial construction projects under a relaunched gap financing program.
The Trenton statehouse By Joshua Burd State officials have rebooted another piece of the former Economic Redevelopment and Growth program — infusing it with a $75 million allocation specifically for commercial projects — as they continue to develop a series…
A long-awaited plan to expand the New Jersey Performing Arts Center campus in Newark — with new residential, commercial and cultural space — is slated to break ground next year.
A development team has closed on more than $90 million in financing for a project that centers on restoring Paterson’s historic Hinchcliffe Stadium.
The state Economic Development Authority is once again accepting applications for a popular gap financing program that lapsed two years ago, but has since been rebooted.
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.
The state Economic Development Authority is now accepting applications for a grant program aimed at helping communities revitalize underutilized retail or office properties.
A partnership is eyeing plans to bring 74 new apartments to Paterson, in a project that calls for both new construction and the restoration of a historic mill property near the city’s Great Falls.