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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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

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January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

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January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

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January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

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January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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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
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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

CONTINUE READING

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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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

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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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

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

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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

CONTINUE READING

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

CONTINUE READING

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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KeyBank adds execs to northern N.J. team

By Eric Strauss
January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

CONTINUE READING

Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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Sitar Realty involved in several leases

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

By Emily Bader
January 28, 2015 03:28 PM

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

By Eric Strauss
January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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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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January 29, 2015 03:22 PM

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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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Marcus & Millichap completes $3.9M sale of iconic Ridgewood building

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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

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Children's retail store location in Short Hills is sold

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January 28, 2015 03:16 PM

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.

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A poll out last week showed voters are strongly in favor of raising the minimum wage and would vote yes on a referendum to change the state constitution to make future minimum wage increases automatic based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

In this week’s State Street column, we look at how the business community is banding together to try and change those numbers.

Meanwhile, we also look at why companies thinking of relocating to New Jersey might be watching this year’s elections closely, and we have the latest on a bill that could eliminate a nagging commercial development fee once and for all.

In Grapevine, we look at the fallout from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s awarding earlier this month of the $100 million residential set-aside of the Urban Transit Hub tax credit program. Sources say one developer in particular was none too happy to be left on the losing side on the equation.

Grapevine also looks at what might happen to Honeywell International Inc.’s soon-to-be vacated headquarters in Morris Township. The company is moving to Morris Plains.


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