A crowd of nearly 400 turned out Monday night as NAIOP New Jersey inducted three commercial real estate leaders into its hall of fame, while honoring a longtime state government leader and three key industry professionals.
How have some local governments changed their approach to development since the downturn? We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question.
In just two weeks, hundreds of business and political leaders will board a southbound Amtrak train as part of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce’s annual Walk to Washington. And you can bet that the state’s commercial real estate sector will be well-represented.
A group of commercial real estate leaders gathered Tuesday to unveil a new policy agenda to promote smart growth and redevelopment, urging lawmakers and Gov.-elect Phil Murphy to take action that will help New Jersey stay competitive in the years to come.
A longtime general counsel for area developers has joined Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. as the latest member of its real estate department.