The RealReal opens 490,000 sq. ft. e-commerce center in Perth Amboy

An online luxury consignment shop has officially added to its footprint in New Jersey, marking the opening of its nearly 500,000-square-foot distribution center in Perth Amboy.

Audible unveils 80,000 sq. ft. ‘innovation cathedral’ at historic Newark church

Audible has completed its restoration of a historic church in downtown Newark, debuting a new 80,000-square-foot office and innovation space as part of its growing footprint in the city.

EDA touts $2.5 million loan for Trenton manufacturer

New owners have taken the reins of a nearly 40-year-old manufacturing firm, having recently acquired the company’s 160,000-square-foot warehouse facility in Trenton.

Murphy names new EDA board chair amid ongoing calls for reform

Gov. Phil Murphy has named a new board chair of the Economic Development Authority, tapping a fellow former Goldman Sachs executive as part of his plan to overhaul the agency.

Holistic thinking, public-private approach remain a focus at New Jersey Future’s redevelopment forum

New Jersey Future’s annual Redevelopment Forum drew a crowd hundreds to New Brunswick recently, in a show of support for big-picture planning, adaptive reuse and public-private collaboration when it comes to development in the Garden State.

Three more co-working locations join EDA program for rent grants

Three female-led co-working spaces have joined the growing list of locations that are eligible for rent support grants under a program offered by the state Economic Development Authority.

Biotech firm, weighing 90,000 sq. ft. HQ in Plainsboro, wins EDA tax credit approval

The state has approved a 10-year, $12.8 million tax credit package to encourage a biotechnology company to expand in Mercer County, with the potential to take 90,000 square feet at a former Bristol-Myers Squibb headquarters campus in Plainsboro.

EDA unveils new loan program for brownfields cleanup, redevelopment

State officials have added a new financial tool for property owners seeking to clean up and redevelop contaminated sites in New Jersey.

Genova Burns hires former deputy AG in real estate, land use groups

Genova Burns has bolstered its team of real estate and land use attorneys, hiring a former deputy state attorney general as an associate in its Newark office.

EDA aims to lure grocery co-op from Staten Island, keep food service firm in Paterson

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.