A 10-story apartment building near the Jersey City waterfront and a five-story hotel at Pier Village in Long Branch were approved for tax credits by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority board on Tuesday.
New Jersey retailers are spending a "modest" amount more than last year to attract shoppers despite a national survey showing holiday marketing and advertising spending is flat this year at a majority of companies across the country.
Growth in New Jersey's industrial real estate market could bode well for the state's office sector in 2012, but gains in office activity may be held back by slow job creation in the coming year, two of the Garden State's top brokers said.
A recent appellate court ruling related to whistleblowers is one of the most important whistleblower cases to be heard in the last decade, according to John Sarno, president of the Employers Association of New Jersey.
Garden State engineering firms hope the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's proposed $1.6 billion funding for infrastructure projects will help them refill their pipelines in the years to come.
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