The gap between New Jersey’s transit-centric office markets and its suburban locales continued to grow in 2015, driven by the needs of companies seeking to attract a millennial workforce.
Unhappy with the status of contract negotiations that have been ongoing for nearly a year, the unions representing approximately 40,000 Verizon workers announced Monday that a strike has been planned for this week.
The Goldstein Group, a commercial real estate brokerage firm, has placed several independently-owned food markets throughout New Jersey, Chuck Lanyard, president of The Goldstein Group, announced Monday.
The attrition in Atlantic City's casino market appears to paying dividends for the survivors, as the remaining gaming halls recorded a bump in their overall revenue in 2015.
Matrix Development Group, based in Cranbury, has completed three leases at One Riverfront Plaza in Newark, a Class A office tower also known as the “Legal Center.”
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A longtime NBA executive is among five new hires for the Prudential Center and New Jersey Devils, as the organization continues to bolster its front office and business teams.
As Generation Xers begin to make more corporate real estate decisions, a brokerage firm has sought to highlight their workplace preferences amid discussions that are typically focused on the contrast between millennials and baby boomers.
Same-store restaurant sales improved 3 percent last year across all segments — quick service, fast casual, casual, upscale casual and pizza — due to overall economic improvement, decreased unemployment and increased discretionary spending, according to BDO USA's restaurant practice.
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Institute for Sustainable Enterprise celebrated its 10th year of operating at the Westin Governor Morris of Morristown on Thursday with more than 150 people in attendance.
The New Jersey Sustainable Economy Action Roundtable was launched at a 10th anniversary celebration for the Institute for Sustainable Enterprises on Thursday.
Prime Healthcare is on the verge of becoming the official parent company of Saint Michael's Medical Center in Newark. After three years, including delayed state approval and bankruptcy court, Essex County Superior Court Judge Walter Koprowski signed the approval Thursday morning.