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Designed by SGA, Construction Starts on First Lab-Ready Life Sciences Property in Jersey City, NJ

Boston Real Estate Times

JERSEY CITY, NJ & BOSTON—SGA, the Boston and New York City-based national award-winning architecture, interior design, planning, branded environments and virtual design and construction practice, announced that construction has started on the first lab-ready life sciences property in Jersey City, NJ. Designed by SGA, the property is being developed by Thor Sciences, a division of Thor Equities. Located at 95 Greene Street, the …

Why N.J.’s dreams of second Super Bowl start with World Cup

Tom Bergeron | ROI-NJ

Jim Kirkos remembers all too well the disaster that was the first and only Super Bowl played in New Jersey. It was Super Bowl XLVIII, in February 2014. Nearly all of the fan experience festivities — not to mention the economic impact — went to New York City. New Jersey only got the huge bills for security and logistics and …

Governor Murphy Announces $190 Million in Major Renovations at Newark Penn Station

Governor's Office | Press Release

$30 Million Upgrade Will Begin Immediately NEWARK – Governor Phil Murphy today announced a commitment of $190 million for renovations and upgrades at historic Newark Penn Station. The Governor was joined at an event announcing the renovations by Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver, Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka, NJ TRANSIT President & CEO Kevin S. Corbett, Senator Teresa Ruiz, Assemblywoman Eliana …

Governor Phil Murphy Announces First Tenants of The Hub in New Brunswick

The Office of the Governor of New Jersey

Project Combines Two Prominent Research Institutes and Two Major Healthcare Networks TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today announced Princeton University, Rutgers University, Hackensack Meridian Health and RWJBarnabas Health will be the first tenants of The Hub, a new collaborative site in downtown New Brunswick designed to foster research, entrepreneurship, innovation, and start-up incubation in New Jersey. “This project is a …

M Station, transformative project for Morristown, breaks ground

Tom Bergeron | ROI-NJ

Peter Bronsnick, the New Jersey president for SJP Properties, couldn’t resist as he stood under a tent in a vacant parking lot in Morristown that one day will become M Station, one of the nicest downtown office structures in the state. “I do recognize the irony of Friday the 13th, rain, a pandemic, a hotly contest election — and everything else …

N.J. awards $6 million for offshore wind, clean energy projects

Justin Auciello | Whyy

New Jersey is spending almost $6 million to train workers for jobs in the wind energy industry and to support young companies that deal in clean energy. The New Jersey Economic Development Authority and the state Board of Public Utilities said Wednesday they have approved two funding agreements. In the first, the state will provide $4.5 million to support workforce …

Port of NY & NJ Becomes Country’s Second Largest Container Port

New Jersey Business

A new economic impact study released today by the New York Shipping Association reveals that the port industry of New York and New Jersey accounted for nearly $12 billion in tax revenue, supported over 500,000 jobs, and was responsible for $36.1 billion in personal and $99.5 billion in business income in the region in 2019. Supported by nearly $2.9 billion …

N.J. American Water’s Norton to pitch program that will speed up infrastructure projects — and bring thousands of jobs

Tom Bergeron | ROI-NJ

Utility president to tell Assembly committee that START program — which would require a rate hike — would help bring $150M in capital investment There’s an $18 million upgrade to the Canal Road ozone system in Somerset County, an $8 million upgrade to the Canoe Brook Passaic River Intake Facility in Essex County and a $12 million upgrade to the …

N.J. city aims for new NYC ferry as project gets $5M boost from feds

Michael Sol Warren | NJ Advance Media for NJ.COM

Millions of federal dollars will flow to Middlesex County to help bring a new ferry service to life. On Monday, U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone, D-6th Dist., announced that the U.S. Department of Transportation will grant $5.3 million to South Amboy for a ferry service between the Raritan Bay city and downtown Manhattan. The money, which comes from the DOT’s Passenger …


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