The state is hoping to coax a supermarket co-op to move its offices from Staten Island to Old Bridge as part of a recently approved tax credit incentive, as it moves to keep another food-related company from moving jobs out of New Jersey.
A biopharmaceutical company is weighing plans to acquire an 85,371-square-foot industrial building in Franklin, having won approval for a 10-year, $13 million tax credit package from the state Economic Development Authority.
State officials are hoping to spur action by municipalities that are home to Opportunity Zones, unveiling a grant offering to help local leaders strategize for the federal program.
A Fort Lee-based bank is eyeing a major expansion in the borough, having acquired a 70,000-square-foot office building with plans to hire 250 new employees in the coming years.
If you’ve begun to collect tax credits under Grow New Jersey and other state incentive programs, experts say now is the time to be proactive and verify that you have met your commitments for job creation and retention.
A medical device maker has relocated to a creative flex office space at the Kearny Point property in Kearny, making it the first company to benefit from a new state program that subsidizes rent payments for startups at certain collaborative workspaces.
An online marketplace for dog breeders and owners is weighing plans for a new call center in Jersey City, having won approval for a 10-year, $4 million state tax credit incentive.
The state has approved a 10-year, $39.6 million tax credit package aimed at luring a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit to Camden, where it would build a new waterfront office building and create nearly 170 jobs not currently in the state.
The state Economic Development Authority has added two co-working facilities in Somerset and Gloucester counties to its list of locations that qualify for rent subsidies for startup businesses.