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April fools and Property Tax AppealDeadlines !!!!

1. April 2014

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With many types of commercial real estate still reeling from the downturn, New Jersey faces a tidal wave of property tax appeals from thousands of weary, often cash-strapped building owners across the state. And it’s only likely to get worse.  Exactly how much worse will become clearer after April 1, the deadline for filing property […]

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Real Estate Panel Discussion Downtown Development 24/7 Lifestyle (Part 2 of 2)

31. March 2014

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Frank then introduces panelist, Ron Beit, Founding Partner and CEO RBH Group. Question: Frank Giantomasi, “We heard your development project at Four Corners (the name given to Broad and Market, the center of the downtown district), is a seismic development with the Teachers Village development project creating a ripple in the ocean, so if  four corners […]

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Real Estate Panel Discussion Downtown Development 24/7 Lifestyle (Part 1 of 2)

28. March 2014

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Another great event hosted by the Newark Regional Business Partnership (NRBP) covering real estate in Newark.  The event brought together several developers underscoring the changes in real estate in Newark.  With a recent string of impressive buildings completed or underway, commercial development features household names such as Prudential, Panasonic and Cablevision. The plan downtown is […]

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NRBP Real Estate Forecast for Newark 2014 Detail Analysis (two of three part article)

13. March 2014

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Each year the Newark Regional Business Partnership (NBRP), presents an annual real estate Market Forecast, presenting a detail, informative and comprehensive analysis of Newark’s Real Estate market,  Real Estate Economist. Heidi Learner,  Chief Economist for Studley, a global commercial real estate services firm specializing in tenant representation. As chief economist, Ms. Learner develops real-time measures of […]

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NRBP Real Estate Forecast for Newark 2014 (one of three part article)

11. March 2014

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Each year the Newark Regional Business Partnership (NBRP), presents an annual real estate Market Forecast, presenting a detail, informative and comprehensive analysis of Newark’s Real Estate market to its members.  This years presenter included the President of NJEDA Timothy Lizura and Real Estate Economist for Studley, Heidi Learner.  Following the forecast, was a panel discussion presented by […]

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15 Washington St. in the James Street Commons Historic District gets Board of Adjusters Approval

25. February 2014

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Last Evening the Board of Adjusters gave site plan and final review , of the building, at 15 Washington St. in the James Street Commons Historic District,  formerly site of the Rutgers law school until it moved to 123 Washington St. in 1999. The 21-story building has been empty since then.  With the goal to to […]

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The Newark Public Art Mural Program

7. February 2014

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The Newark Public Art Program seeks lead and supporting artists for Newark Murals. Newark Murals tell Newark’s stories, celebrating and commemorating underrecognized people, places, and events. Each Newark Mural results from a collaboration between a community-based organization, young people, researchers, and artists convened and facilitated by Newark Public Art Program staff. Projects range from 4 […]

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Newark’s historic downtown attracts residential developers and “billion dollars’ worth of development activity.”

31. January 2014

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Newark’s historic downtown attracts residential developers and ”billion dollars’ worth of development activity.”  Historic, turn-of-the-century buildings in downtown Newark are being restored and re-purposed into rental housing. “There’s a billion dollars worth of development activity currently going on in Newark,” says housing and real estate consultant Michael Meyer. Developers appreciate the building’s unique architecture and aesthetics, […]

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The Future of Real Estate in 2014? Our dynamic dozen gets a say their predictions

10. January 2014

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By Joshua Burd Spread across four projects, the city currently has 450 housing units under construction in the blocks surrounding its downtown, said Lyneir Richardson, CEO of the Brick City Development Corp. That will give the downtown “zone” about 2,000 total units, he said, but several other planned or proposed projects could bring that total […]

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Nancy Canto Begins her new role as Chancellor of Rutgers Newark

6. January 2014

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BY HELEN PAXTON // NANCY CANTOR On January 1st, Nancy Cantor took the helm as chancellor of Rutgers University-Newark.  Nancy Cantor, the outgoing chancellor and president of Syracuse University, is now in her new role as Chancellor of Rutgers Newark campus.  GlocallyNewark looks forward to discussing with the Chancellor her vision for the newly expanded […]

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