We were very happy to attend the Princeton Chamber of Commerce’s “The New Way of Work” event put together by the Real Estate Business Alliance yesterday morning. The panel discussion, along with breakfast & networking, was held at the Springdale Golf Club in downtown Princeton. Featured speakers included Brian Marrs (Manager, Policy & Strategic Sustainability) […]
New Jersey’s industrial market has been going through some changes recently. What are they and how did they come about? This NJBiz article highlights some of the issues with the state’s current warehouse stock and what is being done to change that.
The Trenton-Mercer Airport, located in Ewing, NJ, will be receiving $2.125 million as part of a state grant program specifically created to add value to New Jersey’s airports through improvement projects. County Executive Brian Hughes says “I think this recognizes that the Trenton-Mercer Airport is of regional importance.” The Trenton-Mercer Airport is home to Frontier […]
NJBiz uses these words (in the article linked below) to describe suburban corporate campuses in New Jersey- with enough combined square footage to fill five Empire State Buildings. PlanSmart NJ has taken on the task of developing a “toolkit” of sorts for municipalities to begin to deal with the 14.5 million square feet of vacant, […]
Leaders from 6 Mercer County towns came together to discuss their individual priorities and the future success of New Jersey as a whole. Popular topics of conversation included the NJ Transportation Trust Fund, walkable communities and NRG Energy’s new building in the breakfast hosted last week by the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce. West Windsor […]
Urban crawl: After many years, the time is right for towns to create urban pockets where none exists Urban renewal has worked in Montclair. It has worked in Morristown. But what can developers and local officials do when they have no urban center to renew? They can create one. Read the full story on njbiz.com
Mercer Oak Realty was in attendance last week at the recently renovated Wyndham Garden on West Lafayette Street in the Capitol City as MIDJersey Chamber welcomed Trenton’s newly-elected Mayor Eric Jackson and learned more about the Trenton250 plan. Opening remarks were delivered by the Honorable Eric Jackson, a Capitol City native and Fairleigh Dickinson graduate. […]