1) How do developers take a building from out-of-commission to hot commodity?
2) How are developers creating business and cultural districts that are attractive to the next-gen workforce?
3) Will new development stem the tide of millennials and companies leaving NJ?
4) Are any incentives being offered to promote adaptive & reuse projects in NJ and how effective have they been?
5) Who are the target demographics, and what key factors are developers highlighting to make their product more attractive?
In a place where urban vitality and suburban flexibility meet, a new kind of community is on the rise.
With master planning underway, ON3 represents New Jersey's largest contemplated redevelopment right in the heart of the Northeast’s thriving life science corridor. Spanning the Township of Nutley and the City of Clifton, ON3 is expected to serve as a showplace for the "new urbanist" philosophy that is driving suburban municipalities to reimagine and redesign their downtowns and commercial corridors for 24/7 convenience living.
This ambitious initiative hopes to transform the former ROCHE campus into a next-generation lifestyle hub that will integrate an appropriate mix of office, R&D, residential and retail along with potential lodging and entertainment concepts. ON3 has already attracted a wide array of users that will become part of the fabric of the communities for the long-term. This world-class campus hopes to evolve into a place to live, work, learn or just be you without sacrificing a thing.
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Breakfast & Networking
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Reinventing New Jersey's CRE Assets
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Changing the Lifestyle of New Jersey's Suburbs
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340 Kingsland Street
Bldg. 200 Metro Blvd.
Nutley, NJ 07110
Parking Information: Complimentary Valet Parking
When it comes to the future of development in New Jersey, the old corporate headquarters, historic warehouses, and huge suburban office parks can't be ignored. We'll cover the strategy behind repositioning, the process of marketing to attract new tenants, and the advances in design that are giving projects like Asbury Park the edge.
As municipalities build more walkable, amenity-rich neighborhoods with strong live-work-play components that appeal to young professionals, it is blurring the line between urban metros and suburban markets.
Join expert developers, municipal leaders, and innovative design professionals as they detail their efforts to reinvent the revitalize the existing assets of New Jersey. As always, expect plenty of breakfast and networking in what promises to be another exciting Bisnow event!
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