New Jerseyans officially earned enough to pay their taxes by May 12th It may not have been marked in red on everyone’s calendar, but May 12 was a big day for Garden State residents. That … Continue reading "Tax Freedom Day Came a Day Early"
Millennial commuters give the local housing market a boost Middlesex County homeowners who sold a residence in 2015 scored the fourth-highest average price gains in the nation, according to a recent study by RealtyTrac. U.S. home sellers in 2015 realized an average price … Continue reading "Good Gains for Middlesex County Home Prices"
HEALTHY DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL SPACE E-commerce and thirdparty logistics companies continue to drive demand for quality industrial space in New Jersey during the first quarter of 2016, according to Cushman & Wakefield. The East Rutherford– based commercial real estate services firm reported robust leasing activity, … Continue reading "Vacancy rates in the area between New Jersey...
COVER STORY: There’s a little bit of Jersey mud on every baseball used in every major league and minor league game This is the story of Lena Blackburne Baseball Rubbing Mud, a family business run by … Continue reading "Homegrown: Lena Blackburne Baseball Rubbing Mud"
Young Professionals Connective member and member of Stark & Stark’s Business & Corporate, Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use, and Beer & Spirits Groups, Dolores R. Kelley, Esq., discusses important legal steps for start-ups and attracting growth … Continue reading "YPC Q&A: Dolores R. Kelley of Stark &...
Site may shift away from a single-tenant headquarters environment toward a multi-tenant office park The Warren Corporate Center in Warren has been sold to a joint venture between Vision Real Estate Partners and Rubenstein Partners for $136 million, according to real estate … Continue reading "$136 Million Deal for Warren Corporate Center"
Licensed professionals bear the main responsibility for supervising remediation. Janine G. Bauer, Esq., a partner with the Lawrenceville law firm Szaferman Lakind Blumstein & Blader PC, recently offered a New Jersey environmental cleanup law update … Continue reading "Cleanup Law Update: Licensed professionals bear responsibility"
The Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Initiative creates opportunities for Trenton’s youths to gain work experience The City of Trenton is plagued by severe youth unemployment. Some estimates put youth joblessness in the Capital City at a staggering 40%. Unemployment, especially … Continue reading "Tackling Youth Unemployment in the Capital City"
Targeting customers with custom, intent-based marketing can jump-start sales. With traditional marketing, a company unleashes an avalanche of messaging and hopes that – like throwing mud at a wall – some will stick. This approach is obsolete, some experts say. … Continue reading "Marketing Gets Personal: Jump Start Sales"
Create a healthier workplace by taking tips from other area businesses When business owners start to look for cost-savings, one answer may be right below the seat of their pants: employee health problems stemming from … Continue reading "Health Policies: Create a Healthy Workplace"