After 18 months doing their jobs from home because of COVID-19, many New Jersey workers are returning to flex and co-working spaces. Operators are responding by adding more private suites to their offerings to make users feel safer from infection — and while they’re keeping a wary eye on COVID’s Delta variant, they’re optimistic about demand, for both the short term and long term.
The state has doled out its annual Governor’s Excellence in Housing and Economic Development Awards, recognizing three well-known projects in northern and central New Jersey.
An urban farming company plans to establish a garden center at the 130-acre campus known as Kearny Point, a former shipbuilding yard and industrial complex that is being reborn as a mixed-use business and technology hub.
An Italy-based maker of amplifiers has opened its U.S. headquarters at Kearny Point, the 130-acre complex that is being redeveloped as a mixed-use business and technology campus.
Hugo Neu Corp. is redeveloping the former Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. in Kearny as a hub of flexible office space for startups, creative businesses and others seeking a modern workplace. It aims to do so while taking advantage of the historic, architecturally distinct buildings on the 130-acre site, some of which offer the type of soaring ceilings and open-air feel that appeals to edgier tenants.
A developer’s plan to transform a 2 million-square-foot former shipyard in Kearny is among several projects that will be honored later this spring by the organization New Jersey Future.
The developer that is reinventing a 2 million-square-foot former shipyard in Kearny has partnered with Uber as part of its effort to create a 21st-century workplace hub at the site.
A project that calls for redeveloping a historic, 2 million-square-foot former shipyard in Kearny has attracted a Manhattan-based operator that will open a high-end event space at the property.