Camden leaders focused on new housing, population growth after years of large corporate projects

After years of high-profile public and corporate development projects, Camden city officials say new housing is key to convincing the thousands of employees who now come to work in the city each day to also live there.

EDA extends deadline for RFI on fund for minority, women-owned developers

The state Economic Development Authority has extended the deadline for responses to its recent call for input from minority- and women-owned development firms, in what it sees as a first step toward funding a program to help improve diversity in the real estate industry.

EDA issues call for information to help launch fund for minority, women-owned developers

The state’s Economic Development Authority is seeking input from minority- and women-owned development firms, as it lays the groundwork for a $20 million funding program to help improve diversity in the real estate industry.

Steadman retiring as FMERA executive director, with Kopach set to take the helm

The state agency that guides redevelopment of the iconic 1,100-acre Fort Monmouth property will soon have its first new leader in more than a decade.

Applications underway for Aspire, a program poised to spur large-scale urban development

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is now accepting applications for Aspire, an aggressive tax credit program that was designed to encourage redevelopment projects using incentive awards to reimburse developers for certain project financing gap costs. With high costs of construction and mandates at the municipal level related to affordable housing requirements as part of market-rate development projects, the need for a gap financing tool is critical and welcomed by those trying to operate in a tight market.

EDA takes first step toward launching tax credit for reviving historic buildings

State officials have approved a set of proposed guidelines for a new incentive program to support the restoration of New Jersey’s historic buildings and neighborhoods.

EDA now taking applications for new Aspire gap financing program

The state’s Economic Development Authority is now accepting applications for Aspire, its new place-based gap financing program for commercial and residential projects.

How Devco does it: Inside $1.5 billion pipeline — and decades of high-profile New Jersey projects

New Brunswick Development Corp. is forging ahead after a year in which it broke ground on more than $1.5 billion worth of projects — a milestone that’s all the more notable for a team that never does the same project twice.

EDA: Buyer wanted for 26 acres along Route 1 R&D, education corridor in North Brunswick

The state is seeking a buyer for 26 acres along Route 1 in North Brunswick, touting the parcels’ location in the heart of New Jersey’s research and development corridor.

State eyes sale, redevelopment of 230,000 sq. ft. office building in downtown Trenton

State officials are seeking a buyer to revitalize the 10-story, 230,000-square-foot office building in downtown Trenton that was the longtime home of New Jersey’s Division of Taxation.