EO13 roundtable Lauren Moore, Ted Zangari and Jon Whiten discuss and debate the Economic Opportunity Act’s first year
This week, NJBIZ talked to Economic Development Authority President Tim Lizura about the Economic Opportunity Act of 2013's hits and misses in its first year of implementation since being signed into law by Gov. Chris Christie last September.
Sadaka law firm leases office in Englewood
Law firm Sadaka Associates LLC has signed a five-year lease for a portion of an Englewood office building, NAI James E. Hanson announced Tuesday.
Simon Property Group to acquire Jersey Gardens mall
The Jersey Gardens shopping mall in Elizabeth will change owners as the result of a deal involving three real estate companies.
Cities’ appeal to young families leads to ‘new kind of work’ for architect
Barry Poskanzer has spent years watching the trend lines, and it's the growth of young urban families that has helped create a new niche for Poskanzer Skott Architects.
Wyndham signs deal with Pronobis for South American airport hotel
Wyndham Hotel Group, part of Parsippany-based Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, announced Tuesday that it has signed a franchise agreement for a South American airport hotel.
Reverse mortgage firm opens headquarters in Bloomfield, bringing 50 jobs to N.J.
Commercial real estate services firm Colliers International announced Monday it has arranged a long-term lease for a reverse mortgage provider's new headquarters in Bloomfield.
CBRE Group completes 6.2M mortgage acquisition for space in Montvale
CBRE Group Inc., a commercial real estate brokerage firm with offices in New Jersey, announced Monday that its Capital Markets Debt & Structured Finance team completed a $6.2 million first mortgage secured by a Class A office building in Montvale.
Lizura talks hits and misses on first anniversary of E013
Economic Development Authority President Tim Lizura can still rattle off the stats:
Blairstown second gen. outdoors, hardware company sold
Larry Bodner, president of Union-based Executive Business Brokers, announced Friday the sale of North Warren Farm & Home/True Value, a second generation owned and operated retail lawn, garden, feed and hardware company, to Schone Family Holdings LLC.
WCRE helps bank open new mortgage office in Marlton
Wolf Commercial Real Estate announced Friday that it has negotiated a lease in Marlton for The Federal Savings Bank to open a new location.
Through conditional veto, Christie seeks to expand non-gaming incentives in Atlantic City
Through a conditional veto on a supplemental bill to the Economic Opportunity Act of 2013, Gov. Chris Christie proposed the expansion of incentive offerings for non-gaming projects in Atlantic City.
Records company renews lease in Jersey City
Records management company CitiStorage, LLC, renewed its lease for a 150,000-square-foot warehouse in Jersey City, according to commercial real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield.