A new guide for developers and a related series of events are putting a spotlight on the benefits of incorporating green stormwater infrastructure into development projects.
Good data about the market surrounding a redevelopment plan can help make sure the plan is substantial enough, and can convince community members to support it.
There are things municipalities can do to make fulfilling their affordable housing obligations workable, and an enhancement to the community.
A two-part Redevelopment Forum breakout session examined ways that New Jersey’s suburbs can be enhanced or reimagined in order to create the type of compact, walkable places that are in demand.
New Jersey’s CSO Permittee Network used a workshop to explore ways to unlock nontraditional resources for managing stormwater and sewer overflows.
While the new administration has threatened significant cuts to federal redevelopment tools, there is reason to hope that some important programs will remain.
A roundtable at the Redevelopment Forum discussed the need for a regional approach to making the New Jersey coast more resilient to the effects of climate change, and what the possible obstacles would be.
Even with more and more shopping occurring online, there are things downtown retailers can do to attract a lively customer base.
New technologies, better pricing and better adaptation to changing market forces will mean demand for parking will be reduced in the future.
New Jersey Future’s 2017 gubernatorial platform recommends targeted smart-growth investments and strategies to help accelerate New Jersey’s economic growth.