Stockton campus brings new life to Atlantic City neighborhood, in a sign of things to come

Stockton University’s new campus in Atlantic City has come to life after more than two years of anticipation — and stakeholders say it’s just the beginning of what they hope to be a larger transformation in Atlantic City.

SJP details plan for new restaurant at Fort Lee residential towers

A new restaurant with a Cuban-, Asian- and American-inspired menu is coming to SJP Properties’ two-tower, 900-unit luxury residential development in Fort Lee.

SJP, local officials hail completion of second luxury tower in Fort Lee (SLIDESHOW)

A joint venture led by SJP Properties has formally unveiled its second 47-story apartment tower in Fort Lee, where local officials are hailing the project as a milestone decades in the making.

SJP launches leasing at second Fort Lee residential tower

SJP Properties is set to open its second 47-story residential tower at the foot of the George Washington Bridge, as it nears the completion of a high-profile redevelopment project in Fort Lee.

EDA takes formal steps to support New Brunswick redevelopment site

State officials and the New Brunswick Development Corp. will begin efforts to strategize and craft a financial model for a redevelopment site in New Brunswick, where Gov. Phil Murphy has called for creating a campus for research and innovation.

Devco, public officials break ground for New Brunswick Performing Arts Center

The New Brunswick Development Corp., public officials and a host of other stakeholders broke ground Wednesday on the $172 million New Brunswick Performing Arts Center project. Slated to rise 23 stories on Livingston Avenue, the mixed-use complex stands to transform the city’s famed downtown cultural arts district, spanning 450,000 square feet that will include performance venues, office space and more than 200 luxury apartments.

Here is a detailed look at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center project

The long-awaited New Brunswick Performing Arts Center broke ground on Wednesday. Here is a breakdown of the $172 million, 450,000-square-foot project.

See new renderings of Mack-Cali’s waterfront makeover in Jersey City (SLIDESHOW)

Mack-Cali Realty Corp. has unveiled new renderings of its planned $75 million redevelopment of the Harborside complex in Jersey City, where it’s slated to modernize more than 4 million square feet of office space and create a new public retail plaza.