We learned last week that, at long last, Atlantic City's failed Revel casino is on the verge of being sold to Florida developer Glenn Straub.
If you were like the rest of us watching “Saturday Night Live's” 40th anniversary special last week, then you, too, were ultimately left unfulfilled at the night's end, still yearning for just a little more cowbell.
Is there a better forum to make a deal than the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's annual Walk to Washington trip?
If you're a Transportation Trust Fund optimist, last week wasn't your finest moment.
Gov. Chris Christie isn't the only one in New Jersey (when he's here, that is) with a higher office on his mind.
We heard so many good behind-the-scenes insights, so much speculation, we figured a special Grapevine edition was needed:
Officials at Hoffman-La Roche were given a lot of credit for their willingness and eagerness to not only help find a tenant for their massive headquarters that straddle Nutley and Clifton, but help facilitate its arrival.
Gov. Chris Christie is set to deliver his annual State of the State address this week and, perhaps surprisingly to some, little to nothing about the governor's planned remarks has made its way through the Statehouse hallways.
Stockton College's plans to buy Showboat Atlantic City appear to be moving forward, while efforts to sell Revel are — well, they're still alive.
Pharmaceutical giant Roche seems close to picking a buyer for its sprawling campus in Nutley and Clifton, but the pace of the sale process has raised eyebrows among real estate observers.
If you haven't read or heard anything in the last couple of months about a bill banning pig gestation crates, then this might seem a little silly to you.Or it might make you squeal.
Last year, during the annual League of Municipalities conference in Atlantic City, there were two names on everyone's lips: Senate President Steve Sweeney and Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop.
For politicos in the Garden State, it's as good as it gets. As one insider puts it, it's just “one of those events you have to do.”
In September, Gov. Chris Christie held a closed-door “summit” on Atlantic City's future with a roomful of state and local government and business leaders.
Already passed by the state Senate in June, a bipartisan package of bills that would require state and bistate agencies to purchase American-made goods as a stipulation of their public contracts is currently being pushed for behind the scenes in...
It's been nearly three years since Prudential Financial sent shockwaves through Newark's office market with news that it would vacate nearly 1 million square feet in the Gateway complex for a new office tower it was building just a few blocks away.
Amazon has cut the ribbon on its new 1 million-square-foot fulfillment center in Robbinsville, and renovations are complete at what looks to be a new grocery facility in Woodbridge.
Those on both sides of the controversial statewide paid sick leave bill brought their A-games with them to last Thursday's Assembly Labor Committee hearing, ready and prepared for a vote.