A joint venture has broken ground in Paterson on a $26 million project that will bring affordable housing and space for a local nonprofit to the site of a historic mill building.
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…
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.
State officials are relaunching a high-profile developer tax credit program that was halted nearly two years ago, offering $50 million in subsidies as a result of a newly approved law.
A development team is moving ahead with plans to revive the historic Hinchliffe Stadium site in Paterson, following approval of a $67 million state tax credit for the project.
Amid his sweeping plan to spur a new wave of innovation in the state’s economy, Gov. Phil Murphy has offered a glimpse at what could come of the incentive programs that have helped bolster New Jersey’s commercial real estate market in recent years.
An investment group has set out to revitalize two public housing complexes in Newark that city officials say are nearly uninhabitable, with plans to spend more than $170 million on the project and the full financial backing of the state.
Two of the candidates in this year’s gubernatorial election would look to scale back or reconfigure the state’s development and business incentives, while three others appear ready to continue the existing programs as a way to extend the growth of New Jersey’s economy.