Our real estate development and property management work spans hundreds of residential and commercial properties in cities and suburbs across the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Northeast regions. The neighborhood is surrounded by wonderful dining options, entertainment and night-life spots to entertain even the most discriminating lifestyle and is near Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Saint Peter's University Hospital and Rutgers University's Downtown City Center.
North Brunswick Township, a 12.3 sq mile municipality located in Middlesex County, NJ, approximately halfway between New York City and Philadelphia, has a history of implementing unique approaches to address problems and concerns related to redevelopment and traffic congestion.
As he stood beside Tantum Real Estate founder and President Debra Tantleff and development partner Joe Bezzone and cut a bright red ribbon signifying the grand opening of The Element at Red Bank, he said the boutique urban infill development will help change the heart of downtown Red Bank.
The Center is a public-private partnership among Devco, the city, Rutgers University, Middlesex County, the state Economic Development Authority, the New Brunswick Cultural Center, Pennrose Properties and the New Brunswick Parking Authority, along with 11 other groups.
A state court decision on a lack of fair housing in the town of Mount Laurel, N.J., led to requirements that developers provide a certain percentage of "affordable" units in larger residential housing projects or else "trade" that obligation with a financial contribution to a state fund for subsidizing such units so they could be included in some other project.
An honors graduate from Rutgers University, Ms. Tantleff holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from the School of Communication and Information Studies and is a member of the Executive Committee at the Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School.
The Reverend Eric Dobson is the Director of Public Engagement for Fair Share Housing Center, whose mission is to end discriminatory housing patterns which have deprived the poor, particularly those in the inner city, of the opportunity to reside in housing that offers safe and sanitary conditions near employment and educational opportunities.
An honors graduate from Rutgers University, Ms. Tantleff holds a B.A.S. from the School of Communication and Information Studies and is a member of Boraie Realty New Brunswick the Executive Committee at the Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School, where she also serves as Chair of the Emerging Leaders Council.
Kim Avant-Babb is the Chief Strategy Officer at the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority, a multi-million-dollar independent ﬁnancing authority created by the State of New Jersey to transform urban communities through direct investment and technical support.
Professionally, she is the Executive Director of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association, a statewide planning organization whose mission is to help build stronger, more equitable communities and provide more choices for how people work, live and play while meeting the challenges of both growth and change.
Under his leadership, Newark has been recognized as a technology center - a finalist in Amazon's search to locate a second world headquarters, as a city on the rise with more than $4 billion in economic development underway, and as a place where the City and its major anchor institutions collaborate to place residents in local jobs, increase the number of Newarkers with college degrees and prepare school dropouts for successful careers.