New Brunswick Development Corp. is forging ahead after a year in which it broke ground on more than $1.5 billion worth of projects — a milestone that’s all the more notable for a team that never does the same project twice.
An expansion of Stockton University’s footprint in Atlantic City will officially begin later this month, when stakeholders break ground on a new 416-bed residence hall.
A development team is moving ahead with plans for a new Stockton University residence hall in Atlantic City, the next phase of a major redevelopment in a key section of the resort town.
Bridge Development Partners has expanded its New Jersey and New York team with the hiring of a new director of operations for the Northeast.
South Jersey Industries has opened the doors to its new 72,000-square-foot headquarters in Atlantic City, joining Stockton University’s new campus as part of a high-profile, $210 million project to diversify the city’s economy beyond gaming.
Stockton University’s plan to purchase the former Atlantic Club Casino Hotel has fallen through, marking the latest setback for the Atlantic City property more than four years after it closed its doors.
As you’ll read in this month’s cover story, Vision Real Estate has thrived with what it describes as “an assembly line mentality” for transforming old corporate campuses, with the right mix of creativity and capital and a full-service, in-house team that has landed some of the state’s most coveted tenants. It’s now building on that track record with other high-profile projects in Morris County and a growing list of value-add investments across northern and central New Jersey.