A leading real estate analyst warns that if municipalities are going to keep up with changing market demand, they will have to make some significant changes to their land use regulations.
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These interactive community meetings will allow the general public to learn about and provide input on the Design Teams’ work.
This free series of performances, presentations, short-term installations, and other events throughout the region will highlight the value of design in creating resilience.
Toms River Town Hall, 2nd Floor
Lower Manual Hirschblond Meeting Room
33 Washington Street
Toms River, NJ 08753
Rebuild by Design
Have an upcoming event that deals with how New Jersey uses its lands? Submit it to New Jersey Future’s calendar.
The former head of New York City’s Economic Development Corporation will deliver the keynote address at New Jersey Future’s annual Redevelopment Forum.
The U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the 10 finalist projects in its Rebuild by Design competition.
This is the latest in a series of articles from our friends at NJ Spotlight laying out the critical policy challenges that the next governor and Legislature will face, as well as their positions on these issues.
Unless we focus on difficult, long-term issues, we risk making New Jersey less competitive and hindering our future growth and prosperity.
The State Planning Commission has approved a resolution supporting Somerset County’s Strategic Investment Framework, a recognition well deserved.
Two new pieces of legislation, dealing with economic incentives and non-condemnation in redevelopment areas, offer opportunities to focus New Jersey’s development in smart-growth areas.
New Jersey Future would like to support the most current version of the Economic Incentives Act, as long as it advances the intent of the original version.
New Jersey’s “first suburbs” are becoming a leading indicator for the state’s increasing diversity, accompanied by all its opportunities and challenges. They are also often overlooked in favor of larger cities.