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New Jersey’s Urban Transit Hub Tax Credit is greasing the wheels for big-ticket relocations and construction of new corporate headquarters. From the March/April 2012 issue.


https://businessfacilities.com/2012/04/business-report-new-jersey-transit-hub-tax-credit-fuels-an-urban-renaissance-in-nj/
New Jersey’s Urban Transit Hub Tax Credit is greasing the wheels for big-ticket relocations and construction of new corporate headquarters. From the March/April 2012 issue.

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BUSINESS REPORT: New Jersey – Transit Hub Tax Credit Fuels An Urban Renaissance In NJ

New Jersey’s Urban Transit Hub Tax Credit is greasing the wheels for big-ticket relocations and construction of new corporate headquarters. From the March/April 2012 issue.

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