The construction of Jaclyn Heights, a new affordable-housing community in West New York, is being financed by developer incentives under the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, demonstrating movement away from subsidizing tenants and toward incentives for builders, a developer said.
Nearly half of chief financial officers surveyed cited domestic economic growth among their top two concerns, according to a report on CFOs' economic and business confidence and expectations by Morristown-based Financial Executives International and Baruch College's Zicklin School of Business. Read More »
While Gov. Chris Christie's budget proposal would divert $210 million from the state's clean energy fund and shift revenue out of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative that he's withdrawn the state from, residents show strong support for more alternative energy development, according to a Stockton College poll.Read More »
The Supreme Court of New Jersey upheld an appellate decision Monday morning on one of the cases experts say is holding up the state's foreclosure processing — but the timing may work out in the state's favor.
Gov. Chris Christie’s reorganization of the Department of Health and Senior Services and the Department of Human Services, announced in last week’s budget address, will move forward unless the Legislature goes through an official rejection process.
When University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey's School of Nursing assistant professor Cindy Sickora began taking the blood pressures of residents at three public housing developments in Newark five years ago, she couldn't believe how depressed the communities were, and she was impatient for change.
The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, the philanthropic arm of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, recently announced the launch of a second round of funding to help the state's volunteer and nonprofit clinics serving populations with limited health care access.