News From This Week’s Issue

The adaptive reuse of the 1918 Jersey City Elks Lodge in Jersey City uncovered historic architecture. - HOPKINS GROUP MANAGEMENT
Remaking history (access required)
A project of Jersey City-based Hopkins Group Management, Elks Club JSQ is an adaptive reuse of one of the city’s oldest surviving buildings – the 1918 Jersey City Elks Lodge – in Journal Square.
The Colts Neck traffice project included the replacement of a Route 537 bridge and the replacement of a Route 34 bridge and the installation of bio-retention basins. - T&M ASSOCIATES
‘A persistence of vision’ (access required)
In January, Monmouth County officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the completion of a multi-year private and public project to widen, rebuild and significantly improve one of the county’s most frustrating and congested intersections.
Pic Page: April 19, 2021
Photos featuring Make a Wish New Jersey and Eli Manning; Columbia Bank Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs and Blankets of Hope; Hackensack Meridian's Raritan Bay Medical Center; and donations from Datacolor, from this week’s issue of NJBIZ.