AeroFarms, an urban farming company, is preparing to open another facility in Newark that will become the largest indoor vertical farm in the world.
The county government just released a request seeking proposals for between 18 to 50 kiosks that would include Wi-Fi, local information, and surveillance cameras.
A Camden-based graphic design and marketing firm recently gained a spot on Inc. Magazine’s prestigious “5000 list" of the fastest growing companies in the country.
Up to 50 kiosks offering information about Jersey City will be installed throughout the city’s neighborhoods.
The future is now in Jersey City, where one development has a parking system that eliminates the human factor and leaves your seat right where you left it.
LinkNWK will bring free services such as Wi-Fi, mobile device charging, and real-time local information to the streets of Newark.
If you're a New Jersey homeowner looking to sell in the near future, bypass the uncertainty and stress associated with a traditional real estate transaction. Opendoor is actively buying homes across twelve New Jersey counties.
KRE Group and Hello Alfred launch a partnership to make residents’ lives easier and happier.
A Jersey City-based real estate firm just launched a virtual space with a calendar of online social, fitness, entertainment and educational options to aid the public during this period of social distancing and the COVID-19 crisis.
Jersey Digs has learned that Kitty Hawk, which is being funded by the co-founder of Google, has applied to test its "Flyer" aircraft in Jersey City.
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