Report Cites NJ Among Most Expensive States for Doing Business
by Victor Kinon on August 2, 2013
New Jersey is one of the most expensive places in the country to do business, according to CNBC. New Jersey dropped to 42nd…more
NYC Adult Entertainment Zoning Law Fails to Survive Constitutional Challenge
by Victor Kinon on September 10, 2012
Keeping adult entertainment businesses out of local neighborhoods continues to be a challenge for New York…more
Is Commercial Leasing Starting to Rebound in New Jersey?
by Victor Kinon on July 13, 2012
For both landlords and tenants, it is important to understand the state of the New Jersey commercial leasing market. As we have…more
Not Yet Out of the Woods: New Jersey Commercial Foreclosures Still Climbing
by Victor Kinon
While many are hopeful that the New Jersey economy is starting to rebound, commercial real estate foreclosures are still climbing,…more
requirements do differ. Newly constructed or altered places of public accommodation, commercial facilities, and state and local government facilities are required to comply with the new 2010 ADA Standards.
Places of public…more
When businesses buy and sell assets like real property, equipment, or even intangibles like intellectual property, potential tax liabilities are always an important consideration. While earnings generated from the sale of a…more
When selecting a business operation location for your New York or New Jersey business, there are a number of important factors to consider.
While issues like cost, visibility, and convenience often make it to the top of the…more
When negotiating a commercial lease, there are often several provisions on which landlords and tenants will not agree. Because they are largely tenant friendly, “go dark” provisions generally fall into this category.
For both tenants and landlords, commercial ground leases are often a viable alternative to purchasing or selling real property. A ground lease is typically a long-term lease of unimproved land (or previously developed property)…more
For New Jersey or New York business owners, commercial subleases have both advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider both the business and legal implications of a sublease before signing on…more
Planning Procedure and Problems with Developing Public Improvements…more
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