Bell Works in Holmdel once functioned as a premier research lab, but became a New Jersey standard for multi-purpose buildings after a recent renovation.
The Jersey Shore’s real estate market has spiked with interest from city dwellers wanting to call the coastal retreat home, driving up home demand and prices.
If Newark were to tackle their lack of affordable housing today, it would leave thousands of families waiting decades for their chance at an affordable home.
New Jersey native, Queen Latifah, is returning home to invest in a new $14 million development for affordable multi-family housing in her hometown of Newark.
Coronavirus is accelerating retirement for baby boomers located in high-taxed states. Their departure is an interesting sign of COVID-19’s lasting influence.
New Jersey is booming, but at what cost? A study by Rowan and Rutgers Universities estimates that the state could run out of open development space by 2050.
New Jersey’s real estate market has been resilient through the pandemic, with home values increasing 8.5% in 2020 and projected to increase 10.8% in 2021.
Historic properties in New Jersey aren’t uncommon, but few are as old as this Gibbstown log home. In fact, it’s the oldest log home still standing in the U.S.
New Jersey isn’t just one of the best places to live. It’s also one of the fastest-growing markets in the country.