Bergen County is home of the ‘big 07652’ (aka, Paramus) where you’ll find the Westfield Garden State Plaza – a mall attracting nineteen million shoppers per year and the soon-to-open American Dream – a 3.2 million s/f entertainment destination at the Meadowlands expected to attract 40 million visitors annually.
Bergen is also where Oreo cookies are manufactured daily – 10,000 per minute in fact - along Yoo-hoo chocolate milk to wash them down.
But it’s more than the succes
Communities all over the country are dealing with the aftermath of the loss of heavy industry and the jobs that went with it. Huge buildings and campuses, built for companies that employed thousands of workers, now lay vacant, with a corresponding impact on tax revenues and all the local services those revenues provide.
The challenges are complex. Everyone wants to get those properties back on the tax rolls but is that in and of itself enough? Purely market driven sales coul
Targeting the “innovation economy” will be a major focus in 2019. It is a top priority of the Murphy administration and its constituents account for roughly 20 percent of office leasing in New Jersey. The locution includes businesses in the life sciences, information and high tech, clean energy, advanced manufacturing, advanced transportation, logistics, finance and insurance, food and beverage, and film and digital media industries, according to the NJEDA’s CEO, Tim Sullivan
On Friday June 8th, Penn’s Northeast hosted the inaugural Northeastern Pennsylvania Real Estate Summit. The event was attended by nearly 200 business people, commercial realtors, developers, builders, and site selectors who shared their outlook on current and future real estate trends locally and nationally.
Penn’s Northeast president/CEO John Augustine, welcomed the crowd and served as moderator for the various panels. The forum focused on commercial, industrial and office
Virginia: Open for Business
The Commonwealth of Virginia was founded as a business venture more than 400 years ago, and that legacy continues today as Virginia remains the top state in which to do business, as rated by several independent industry publications.
Virginia continues to earn accolades and attract businesses from around the county and around the world because of our pro-business environment that offers lower operating costs, a stable six percent corporate incom
On behalf of the State of New Jersey, I am pleased to address commercial real estate professionals throughout the Mid Atlantic States in this issue of the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal.
From the onset, our Administration h