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HillviewMed owner says his dispensary could help lift Paterson

premium content HillviewMed owner says his dispensary could help lift Paterson

The Vande Vredes have made it their point to stay on the cutting edge of agriculture.

premium content New law untangles regulatory knots for New Jersey's hair braiders

Brigitte Nzali doesn’t recall a time she didn’t know how to braid. Her mother taught her as a child in Cameroon, as soon her fingers were...

premium content How new North American trade deal could affect NJ

The dust is still settling following the eleventh-hour settlement of a trilateral trade agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico that would...

premium content ADA-noncompliant websites become growing concern for e-commerce retailers

Retailers know that complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act means providing certain accommodations for their customers: ramps, parking...

premium content Newark said most socially impactful site for Amazon

Picking Newark as the site of Amazon’s second North America headquarters would have a “strong positive social impact” on the online...

premium content Cooper team helping battle rare genetic disorder

A team of researchers from Cooper University Health Care played a key role in clinical trial development of a new, leading-edge drug approved earlier...

premium content Maternal health needs focus of Merck initiative

Each year, about 700 women die — and close to 60,000 experience near-death — from pregnancy- and childbirth-related causes in the U.S.

premium content Seton Hall, China bind ties through MBA program

In the four years since Seton Hall University expanded its MBA program to China, it has reached maximum enrollment due to increased demand among...


The evolving office space

premium content The evolving office space

By Martin Daks

Edwin Cohen, a principal in the real estate firm Prism Capital Partners LLC, has seen the evolution of office space from up close during his 56 years in the business.

premium content Demographics, other factors helping to spur suburban revival

Migration from the suburbs to urban areas — a pattern that’s ruled for more than a decade — may finally be turning around, according to a report from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University.

South Jersey the new frontier

premium content South Jersey the new frontier

Region's industrial real estate benefitting from more space, lower costs

High prices and a crunch in available space elsewhere in the state have helped to make South Jersey the “it” market for industrial real estate, according to several real estate experts contacted by NJBIZ.

NJBIZ Lists: Engineering Firms / Office Buildings

NJBIZ Lists: Engineering Firms / Office Buildings

Ranked by: the number of New Jersey licensed engineers / rentable building area