When it comes to attracting businesses and jobs to New Jersey, infrastructure is key. It affects the access to customers, employees, and markets. And it's been shown time and time again that investments in infrastructure lead to economic development, most recently with the growth of logistics businesses and jobs ...
September 15, 2016John Flores
"The freezer warehouse incorporates the latest systems and equipment to meet the region’s growing food production and distribution demands." The most heavily urbanized region of the United States (with 17% of the country's population) is the Boston-Washington Corridor. Luckily, New Jersey is right in the middle, and we also happen ...
November 2, 2015John Flores
A cross-harbor rail tunnel has been considered by the Port Authority for decades, and environmentalists like the idea, asserting a tunnel would eliminate 500,000 truck trips a year from the George Washington and Staten Island Bridges, as well as highways and local streets. –Steve Strunsky, NJ.com A freight ...
October 14, 2015John Flores
Warehouse space is back in demand in New Jersey. As the industrial real estate market ramps up in the northern and central regions of the state, vacancy rates are falling, rental prices are climbing and new construction is being snapped up. Industry experts attribute the growth to a rebounding economy, as well as a push ...
August 3, 2015John Flores