Dozens of state lawmakers met face to face recently with leaders in the multifamily sector, as the New Jersey Apartment Association hosted its annual political action committee reception.
The New Jersey Apartment Association has earned three national honors for its work in digital communications and editorial content.
A maintenance technician with Planned Cos. took home the gold at a recent competition hosted by the New Jersey Apartment Association, earning him a visit to a national event in San Diego.
Despite the benefits of last year’s federal tax reform, the apartment sector is grappling with uncertainty and unpredictability in Washington, D.C., raising questions about the future of affordable housing and other high-stakes policy issues. That was one key message from experts who gathered recently during the New Jersey Apartment Association’s annual conference and expo, which drew a registered crowd of more than 1,600 to the Atlantic City Convention Center.
The growth of the New Jersey Apartment Association over the past three years has been tough ignore: The organization has pushed to expand its ranks, create new benefits to members and raise its profile and influence among policymakers and fellow business leaders. Those strides have garnered national attention for both the organization and its leader.
Insiders say that now is the time to discern which municipalities will be receptive to the prospect of legalized recreational cannabis, if and when it becomes a legal industry in New Jersey. That prospect is likely many months from being a reality, if not more, but the concept has the support of Gov. Phil Murphy and several well-known lawmakers.
A senior leader at the New Jersey Apartment Association has earned a promotion, having been named executive vice president of the influential trade organization.
A longtime executive with Morgan Properties has taken the helm as board president of the New Jersey Apartment Association.
Real Estate NJ set out to identify the biggest public policy issues for commercial real estate, as New Jersey begins a new legislative session and a new administration under Gov. Phil Murphy. Here are the issues identified by David Brogan, executive director of the New Jersey Apartment Association.