WalletHub examined 32 metrics across all 50 states and determined that not only is New Jersey the fourth most jovial state, it is tops by three measures.
Jack the Ripper, the infamous 19th-century serial killer, was in the news last month when someone claimed to know his identity. What many don’t know is that Newark had its own “Jack the Ripper” scare a century ago.
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It’s Not Just Single-Family Demand Surging, COVID-Flight Drove Record Interest to These N.J. Communities
Most headlines about the COVID migration have focused on city-dwellers ditching apartments for single-family homes. However, there’s also been a surge in activity at lower-density, commuter-friendly communities.
The chain is opening four new stores in the northern part of the state and expanding their Haddon Township spot to over 12,000-square feet.
The state has opened a lottery program to aid tenants that have been impacted by the coronavirus and those interested have two weeks to enroll.
A railway company that owns an abandoned rail line between Jersey City and Montclair wants to sell the property to the Open Space Institute in order to create a linear park.
The e-commerce giant has signed leases for facilities throughout the state that will create thousands of jobs amid an uncertain retail landscape.
A wine and burger chain that has spent the last few years expanding throughout New Jersey has announced that they will be shutting down all but three of their Garden State locations.
The state’s Assembly approved a bill that could give emergency rental assistance to tenants financially impacted by the coronavirus, which will now head to Governor Murphy’s desk.
Last week, Mack-Cali updated shareholders during an earnings call that was held during what is unquestionably a tough economic environment.