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.
The state Economic Development Authority is set to begin accepting applications for a long-awaited new incentive program, following the adoption of short-term rules for the subsidies.
Residential builders seeking tax credits under the state’s relaunched Economic Redevelopment and Growth program can apply for the subsidy starting June 1, officials announced Tuesday.
A development team has broken ground on a long-awaited plan to revitalize and reopen Paterson’s historic Hinchliffe Stadium, joining a host of public officials and retired baseball stars to mark the start of the $94 million project.
Experts say New Jersey faces a growing challenge: While it’s still a major draw for pharmaceutical research and development, speed to market has become increasingly important to life sciences users. That means the state’s lack of move-in-ready lab space — and its lengthy approval process for new construction — puts it at a disadvantage to competing markets.