Inspiring and Transforming New Jersey

Learn  Connect  Advocate  Sponsor  Volunteer

Not a member?  Join Now

News & Headlines

Murphy orders non-essential construction to shut down Friday at 8PM. Read Executive Order 122.

NEW NJEDA COVID-19 Economic Relief Package Walkthrough. Learn more.

The NAIOP Membership Guarantee.



Gala Rescheduled to September 9. Member Ticket Discounts Extended to April 15. Details.

NAIOP NJ Cares: Please join us in supporting these efforts to sustain NJ through the COVID-19 emergency.

COVID-19 Information & Resources for Businesses

Access NAIOP's COVID-19 Webinar Archives here.

NAIOP NJ Member to Member COVID-19 Resources Page: Where to go for legal questions, best practices guides, online resources, media management...sourced from NAIOP NJ members.

NJ EDA announces emergency assistance for businesses.

Executive Orders Related to COVID-19

  • EO 102 Establishing Coronavirus Task Force.
  • EO 103 Declares State of Emergency & Public Health Emergency, effective immediately.
  • EO 104 Announces Aggressive Social Distancing Measures to Mitigate Further Spread of COVID-19.
  • EO 105 Announces Changes to Upcoming New Jersey Elections in Response to COVID-19.
  • EO 106 Enacts Moratorium on Removals of Individuals Due to Evictions or Foreclosures.
  • EO 107 Directs all residents to stay at home until further notice.
  • EO 108 Invalidates any county or municipal restriction that in any way will or might conflict with any of the provisions of Executive Order No. 107.
  • EO 109 Suspends All Elective Surgeries, Invasive Procedures to Preserve Essential Equipment and Hospital Capacity.
  • EO 110 Requiring child care centers to close by April 1, UNLESS they are solely serving children of essential workers.
  • EO 118 closes all state and county parks for social distancing reasons.

  • EO 119 extends the public health emergency order issued on March 9 for another 30 days. here.

  • Summary of Governor Murphy's EOs 107 and 108 (Business closures exempting essential business).

NJ Employers seeking to hire click here.

NJ Jobs Portal

NJ.GOV Resources for NJ Businesses. This website, including answers to FAQs, is constantly updated with public directives in coordination with the Governor's Office.

The NJ Department of Health has prepared a COVID-19 Guide for Businesses, and has set up a 24-hour public hotline to answer questions (1-800-222-1222).

There is also an option to chat or speak with one of a few experts on your specific issues or questions on the Business hotline (1-800-537-7397) 8AM to 9PM.

All 21 NJ counties have been approved for the US Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (Disaster # NJ-00057). Learn more hereClick here for a Fact Sheet.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has posted Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers.

BOMA International has released a Coronavirus Preparedness Checklist for property owners/managers and employers.

Action in Trenton: Weekly Update

Senate Committee Final Report on Incentives (2/7/20)

Watch: NAIOP 2020 Annual Report



Get the NAIOP APPs.

Planning Calendar

  • Thank you for your patience as we reschedule events.
  • Public Policy Symposium to be rescheduled
  • September 9 Commercial Real Estate Awards Gala, The Palace at Somerset Park
  • June 4-5 I.CON Summer, Hyatt Regency Jersey City
  • July 14 Building a Better NJ: Regulatory, Legislative & Legal Update
  • September 21 Golf Classic
  • September 30 Industry Insights Dinner TBA
  • October 6-8 NAIOP Converge
  • October 16 Building a Better NJ Series TBA
  • November 2 President's Awards & Hall of Fame Dinner
  • December 8 Building a Better NJ Series TBA


    Welcome New Members

    • Troy McLaughlin, CenterPoint Properties
    • Earl Deamond, Princeton Forrestal Center
    • Mark Zaziski, Cushman & Wakefield
    • Jerry Shifrin, Cushman & Wakefield
    • Mina Shehata, Cushman & Wakefield
    • Frank DiTommaso, Cushman & Wakefield
    • Robin Brown, Kent Builders Management
    • Chuck Kohaut, Cushman & Wakefield
    • Jim McGuckin, Marcus & Millichap
    • Remo Fioranelli, SB One Insurance
    • Gregory DeMarco, Amr Yousef, Jill Tropea, Michael Wachter,  Michael Purzycki, Ryan Mullen and Charlie Gulotta, The Rock Brook Consulting Group, PA
    • Kees t'Sas, Prologis
    • Michael St. Pierre, SESI Consulting Engineers
    • Tracy Anderson, Skanska USA Building Inc.
    • Paul Onorati, Montclair State University
    • Mike Meyer, Hugo Neu
    • Glen Stock, Stock Development Group
    • Adam Citron, JLL
    • John Piekarski, ALLY Construction Services LLC
    • Philip Tortorelli, ALLY Construction Services LLC
    • James Azarian, Monmouth University
    • Apoorva Rao, Michael Graves Architecture & Design
    • Suchita Shah, Kamlesh Shah Designs, Inc.
    • Tracey Kasper, Avison Young
    • Christopher Polaski, Ware Malcomb
    • Kristen Harding, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
    • Greg Brown, Denholtz Properties
    • Siobhan Doran, People's United Bank
    • Connor Downey, LBA Logistics
    • Salvador Garcia, MAS Development Group, LLC
    • Sebastian Jano, NextEra Energy Resources
    • Seth Zuidema, Cushman & Wakefield
    • Maxwell Helfman, Cushman & Wakefield
    • Craig McCarrick, Geo-Technology Associates, Inc.
    • Giorgios Vlamis, Senlac Ridge Partners
    • Cara Gray, WilkinGuttenplan
    • John Recchia, Avison Young
    • Christopher Bigos, Fulton Bank
    • Raymond Willer, HF Planners, LLC
    • Brian Keenan, Valcourt Exterior Building Services
    • Jeffrey Furey, Transwestern
    • Art Makris, Duke Realty
    • Barbara Koonz, Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis
    • Douglas Neumann, Dresdner Robin
    • Patrick Carino, RMS Companies
    • Zechariah Cullen, MidAtlantic Engineering
    • Natalie Ceva, JLL
    • Steven Mlenak, Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis
    • Caroline Eisen, JLL
    • Matthew Ambrusch, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
    • Andrew Phil, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
    • Bryan Roslund, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
    • Trista Kuna, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
    • Andrew Chun, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
    • Kerry Pehnke, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
    • Mark Vizzini, Dresdner Robin
    • Anthony Paternostro, Elberon Development Group
    • Lauren Gelmetti, Environmental Waste Minimization, Inc.
    • Richard Asirifi, Topology

    Not yet a member?  Join Now

    Reminder to all Members: Log in now for access to exclusive content and event discounts.

    Upcoming events

    Spotlight



    NAIOP Goes to Washington: Members and staff met with Reps. Josh Gottheimer (top) and Mikie Sherrill on February 5. Federal funding for the Gateway tunnel project was at the top of the agenda for discussion.




    NAIOP NJ, 317 George Street, Suite 205, New Brunswick, NJ 08901  732-729-9900

    Photography on this website by Gary Gellman/Gellman Images, Caryl Communications and the NAIOP New Jersey staff. Graphics by September Sky, LLC. Website Content generated by NAIOP New Jersey staff is copyright NAIOP NJ Chapter. Do not distribute or reproduce without permission.  Click here for updated terms and conditions of use of this website.



    Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software