New Rutgers Regional Report compares population shifts following major economic changes

Twelve of 27 suburban counties – over 44 percent – lost population post-Great Recession, while regional core experiences strong increase A new Rutgers Regional Report, “The Receding Metropolitan Perimeter: A New Postsuburban Demographic Normal,” authored by James W. Hughes, dean of Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, and Joseph J. Seneca, […]

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Real estate market trends, future expectations to be discussed at Real Estate Development and Economic Summit, Dec. 13

News, trends in commercial real estate development, regional cooperation, infrastructure construction, best-practices in commercial real estate investment and pricing, finance and debt, economics and land policy, sustainable development, and occupational strategies will all be topics of discussion at the Real Estate Development & Economic Summit to be held at the Bloustein School on Friday, December […]

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New Rutgers Regional Report examines nation’s employment and output recovery

A new Rutgers Regional Report, “Employment Recession and Recovery in the 50 States: A Further Update,” authored by Joseph J. Seneca, university professor and economist at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, and Will Irving, research associate at the Bloustein School, provides an update on the private-sector employment and output recovery across the […]

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Bloustein School, Cushman and Wakefield to host “Future of N.J.’s Suburban Office Campuses,” June 18

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. and the Bloustein School will host “The Future of New Jersey’s Suburban Office Campuses,” a program for regional investors and developers, on Tuesday, June 18. The program will focus on opportunities to create interactive, multifunctional, 24-hour environments through the adaptive reuse or repositioning of aging suburban office campus product. The event will take […]

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