"We will deliver Portal North on time and on budget because that’s how it has to be,” NJ Transit Board Chair Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti said during the groundbreaking for the long-delayed, long-overdue infrastructure project.
New Jersey’s industrial market is hot. With vacancy and availability rates low, rents are going up and space is still in demand.
Lawmakers and the Murphy administration are considering a series of moves that could revitalize the recycling business.
DIGroup Architecture traces its roots to a group of small firms that banded together to work on school projects at a time when such work was mainly handled by larger competitors.
Several new high-rise apartments and other developments proposed for Newark could completely remake the skyline of New Jersey’s largest city, which has seen an explosion of growth over the past two decades.
Sanofi’s North American headquarters was sold to California investment firm AVG Buyers for $260.65 million, CBRE announced Jan. 24. The transaction was New Jersey’s largest deal announced last month.
The Murphy administration, the state Legislature and local officials around New Jersey are proposing – and in some cases adopting – environmental and land use policies that could significantly alter the business of construction and development for decades.
Manufacturing is often misunderstood. NJBIZ is helping shine a light on modern manufacturing by inviting industry professionals to share stories about their careers, companies, and impact on local communities.
"The booster vaccine is important as public health experts are beginning to see reduced protection from the initial doses of the COVID-19 vaccines. Experts are confident that booster shots will increase immune response and provide further protection against the virus, preventing severe illness and hospitalizations," the school said.
For now the arrangement focuses on two areas -- heart health and outpatient care continuity -- but the scope will expand over time.
The proposal calls for major spending on Hackensack Meridian Health, the New Jersey Wind Port in South Jersey, and hundreds of millions of dollars toward other projects meant to bolster the state’s health care infrastructure and the economy.
The virtual program begins on Sept. 12 with a seminar running from noon to 4:00 p.m. On Sept. 13, the program will be a symposium beginning at 8:00 a.m. and continuing to 4:30 p.m.