Paterson considering two 30-year tax abatement agreements

August 7th 2015 Paterson Times By Jayed Rahman The first 30-year tax abatement agreement is being sought by Cooke Hamilton Associates which owns 21 Market Street, 20 Mill Street, and…

How Our Love of Dogs Reshaped Real Estate and Family Structure

August 4th, 2015 By Gabe Bailer NJ Urbanthinker There is no doubt that we as a society love our dogs. This, in turn, has created our love of dog parks…

LG’s motion to send proposed headquarters case to Englewood Cliffs Planning Board denied

August 4th 2015 The Record by Kim Lueddeke ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS – Litigation over LG Electronic USA’s proposed North American headquarters will continue, after a state appellate panel denied a motion…

Paterson mayor says hotel developer still needs agreement with the city to start work

August 3rd 2015 NorthJersey.com by Joe Malinconico PATERSON — The nonprofit group looking to build a $140 million hotel and office complex near St. Joseph’s hospital cannot start construction until…

“Just Give Me that Countryside” NJDEP announces 2015 round of Green Acres acquisitions

July 29th, 2015 NJ Urbanthinker By Brian Kempf Just Give Me that Countryside’ NJDEP announces 2015 round of Green Acres acquisitions, state legislature approves The most densely-populated state in the…

New housing development — for cats — to be built in South Kearny

July 28th, 2015 Jersey Journal By Rose Duger KEARNY— As the town plans for yet more new apartments on the east and west sides of town, another new development is quietly…

The ‘Department of Pedestrian Etiquette’ Targets Clueless NYC Walkers

July 13th, 2015 by Sarah Goodyear Citylab In New York City, walking is serious business. And if you’re a newcomer to the town where foot traffic rules, the NYC Department…

JPMorgan awarded $188M N.J. tax break to move to Jersey City

July 9th, 2015 by Samantha Marcus NJ.Com TRENTON — JPMorgan Chase Bank will receive $188 million in tax credits over 10 years to move more than 2,000 jobs from New York…

New Jersey Squanders Transit By Surrounding Stations With Sprawl

July 9th, 2015 by Tanya Snyder Streetsblog USA New Jersey is the most population-dense state in the country, and many residents get to work via one of its several transit systems. But…

Lafayette solar project approval clears way for completion by September

July 5, 2015 By Eric Obernauer New Jersey Herald LAFAYETTE — The township Land Use Board has approved plans for a 9.9-megawatt, 36-acre solar energy facility on property situated along…