Leveraging its key assets and the vast resources of business, academic and political leaders in New Brunswick has been a hallmark of the city’s economic revival in recent decades, panelists said during a program hosted by Real Estate NJ, as they discussed the philosophical and financial partnerships behind billions of dollars in public- and private-sector redevelopment.
The team behind what will be the state’s first freestanding cancer hospital is offering a new look at the progress of the project in downtown New Brunswick — as well as a preview of one of the building’s most critical components.
The future home of the state’s first freestanding cancer hospital is taking shape in downtown New Brunswick, where a crowd of business and political leaders gathered Wednesday to tout the progress of the city’s largest and most impactful development project to date.
The New Brunswick train station is a getting a nearly $50 million upgrade, thanks to an infusion of state funds detailed Friday by Gov. Phil Murphy and other officials.
A job training program tied to the construction of a new cancer hospital in New Brunswick has graduated its first class, with the help of city business leaders and anchor institutions.