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Economic shift from suburbs to cities

The technology boom of the 1990s has essentially uprooted the suburban office agglomeration of the 1980s that drew people to suburban New Jersey in the first place. James W. Hughes, dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers...

Expert economic outlook for NJ: Cautiously pessimistic

For future success in a post-suburban economy, New Jersey's business, political and community leaders have to confront a three-decade-old office footprint that has become outdated and unusable in today's growing digital economy. "The harsh economic reality is that...

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