At the Lincoln Institute symposium, panelists stressed that innovative resiliency solutions need collaboration and a regional focus.
New Jersey has lost a true civic and urban visionary, central to the revitalization of New Brunswick and a pioneer in business involvement in revitalization.
Princeton has earned the World Health Organization’s age-friendly communities designation, the first municipality in New Jersey to receive the honor.
A cocktail reception Oct. 30 will honor longtime New Jersey Future trustee Henry A. Coleman for his many contributions to various organizations and to the state of New Jersey.
A survey of municipal officials and executives in charge of downtown revitalization will help identify towns’ most urgent redevelopment needs.
Cities around the country are discovering that investments in transit bring economic benefits. New Jersey could take a lesson.
Three cities offer three approaches to urban downtown revitalization.
Three housing developments; two downtown plans; a transformative open-space plan; an anchor of hope for its surrounding community; and a region-wide plan for smart economic growth are all winners of New Jersey Future’s 2014 Smart Growth Awards. Former State Planning Commission Chairman Joe Maraziti will receive the Cary Edwards Leadership Award.
New Jersey, and the entire region, can learn from New York’s success how best to invest in economic growth.
A new report identifies a significant mismatch in New Jersey between where large numbers of older residents live and which municipalities are most prepared, from a land-use perspective, to accommodate them.