NJBA announces new COO, revamped government affairs team

The New Jersey Builders Association has named a new chief operating officer as part of a series of changes to its government affairs team.

NJBA to recognize key players in homebuilding at annual PAC event

The New Jersey Builders Association will honor six of the state’s most influential homebuilders tonight, when industry leaders gather for an annual fundraiser for the organization’s political action committee.

Report by business, labor groups fights back against criticism of incentives

Amid growing criticism of the state’s incentive programs, a group of prominent business and labor associations are aiming to set the record straight in Trenton.

Progress, with continued uncertainty: Questions remain as affordable housing moves forward in New Jersey, stakeholders say

The state’s long-running battle over affordable housing policy is still rife with uncertainty and unanswered questions, stakeholders say, even for the roughly 200 towns that have reached settlements on how they will zone for new development.

Mercer County decision, future of affordable housing in focus at NJBA panel

By Joshua Burd A recent high-profile court ruling may not have ended the battle over affordable housing in New Jersey, but insiders say it has become an important guidepost in a process that is still filled with uncertainty. Attorneys and…

Greenbaum Rowe attorney honored for years of service with NJBA

A top real estate attorney at Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis LLP has earned a key industry service award from the New Jersey Builders Association.

NJBA honors standouts in housing, building industry at annual luncheon

The New Jersey Builders Association recognized more than two dozen developers and professionals earlier this week as part of its annual Industry Awards.

Policy priorities: New Jersey Builders 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 Carol Ann Short, CEO of the New Jersey Builders Association.

Greenbaum Rowe names co-chair of redevelopment, land use group

Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP has added a veteran commercial real estate attorney to help lead its redevelopment and land use practice.

Experts dissect, gauge impact of affordable housing ruling

A ruling by the state Supreme Court on Wednesday is being hailed as a victory for affordable housing advocates and developers, but reaction from other experts and stakeholders was mixed, as they worked to understand what the decision would mean going forward.