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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:34 PM

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

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January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
January 30, 2015 11:27 AM

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

CONTINUE READING

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:34 PM

CONTINUE READING

KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

CONTINUE READING

Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

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Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
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Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
January 30, 2015 11:27 AM

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

CONTINUE READING

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:34 PM

CONTINUE READING

KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

CONTINUE READING

Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
January 30, 2015 11:27 AM

CONTINUE READING

Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

CONTINUE READING

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:34 PM

CONTINUE READING

KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

CONTINUE READING

Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
January 30, 2015 11:27 AM

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

CONTINUE READING

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:34 PM

CONTINUE READING

KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

CONTINUE READING

Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
January 30, 2015 11:27 AM

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

CONTINUE READING

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:34 PM

CONTINUE READING

KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

CONTINUE READING

Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

By Eric Strauss
January 30, 2015 11:27 AM

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

CONTINUE READING

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:34 PM

CONTINUE READING

KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

CONTINUE READING

Jersey City digital media company wraps up merger with advertising tech firm

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 10:55 AM

CONTINUE READING

Logistics company signs lease for South Brunswick distribution center

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 12:00 PM

CONTINUE READING

Princeton-based drug development company appoints chief scientific officer

By Emily Bader
January 29, 2015 02:45 PM

CONTINUE READING

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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NGKF chosen as exclusive leasing agent for former Pfizer HQ

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January 30, 2015 11:27 AM

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Hasbrouck Heights architecture firm secures 3-year NYC pact

By Emily Bader
January 30, 2015 12:21 PM

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:34 PM

CONTINUE READING

KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.

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In Print: Incentives urgency, McGreevey movie

The Garden State’s development community is eager to see Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s (D-Union) and Assemblyman Albert Coutinho’s (D-Newark) Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 passed, though the level of urgency varies, depending on who you talk to.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at one reason some say the legislation is worthy of an April special session.

We also look at how revenue numbers may – or may not – factor into this year’s budget debate, and find out why a foreign official made his way to Trenton last week.

Grapevine, meanwhile, recaps the premiere last week of “Fall to Grace,” the documentary about Jim McGreevey’s journey from governor to advocate for incarcerated women. The column has some of the big names in attendance, as well as reaction to the film and McGreevey’s return to the spotlight.

Grapevine also has a look at the high-dollar legal battle that ensued when Rutgers University left the Big East for the Big Ten. The pending move is a done deal. The only question is how much money exchanges hands between Rutgers and its soon-to-be-former league.


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