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School-Age Children in Rental Units in New Jersey: Results from a Survey of Developers and Property Managers

A study completed in July 2018 by the Rutgers Center for Real Estate estimates the number of school-age children associated with recent constructed New Jersey market-rate and affordable rental units.

New & Newsworthy: August 2018

Millennials rediscover the suburbs, Asbury Park’s revival, NJ infrastructure needs, and projects in East Brunswick and on the former Fort Monmouth. Also affordable housing, parking, accessory dwelling units, and news from around the nation.

New & Newsworthy: July 2018

News on millennials relocating to the suburbs, the number of school-children in NJ rental housing, projects in Montclair, Linden, and Hoboken. Also visions for clean transport in the Northeast, new TOD in Toronto, increasing density at LA stations, and Boston efforts to help commuters.

APA-NJ & NJ Builders Association Tax Abatement Workshop

APA-NJ & the New Jersey Builders Association will present a workshop on the use of Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILOTs) in support of development and redevelopment.

New and Newsworthy: June 2018

Recent news and notes on transit-oriented development trends here in New Jersey and beyond.

New and Newsworthy: March-April 2018

Recent news and notes on transit-oriented development trends here in New Jersey, in the nation, and beyond.

New and Newsworthy: January-February 2018

Recent news and notes on transit-oriented development trends here in New Jersey, in the nation, and beyond.

Transit Supportive Development Forum

On May 24, join NJTPA and other community members to hear about best practices and success stories from those who have made TOD happen in their communities.

Harrison Follows Its Vision Towards Redevelopment

Good planning and transit improvements are helping Harrison reach its redevelopment and TOD goals.

Coworking Adds Flexible Office Space to Transit-Rich Locations

A recent trend in office space, known as coworking, could potentially help transit-oriented developments increase diversity of uses among their mixed-use structures.

Coworking is an office or business setting where individuals share work environments but are not employed by the same organization. These shared spaces provide the comforts of a modern office environment to many employees who work independently or remotely. In addition to providing high quality business services, coworking provides spaces where workers can collaborate and interact face-to-face with fellow workers, clients, and others. The communal nature of coworking locations, and the opportunities for partnership that they create, are often as important as the facilities they provide.

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