PS&S attended the 2019 Governor's Conference on Housing and Economic Development which took place on September 16-17 and was hosted by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority.
PS&S is also happy to share that the Leading Innovative Economic Development Award was presented to the Harrison Avenue Landfill Redevelopment Project in Kearny, Hudson County. Hartz Mountain Industries, the owner/developer, took on acquisition, remediation, and redevelopment of the 26-acre, long-dormant project to develop the Cummins Power Systems Training and Maintenance Facility and Preferred Freezer Services Freezer Warehouse. The award recognizes a transformative redevelopment project that promotes economic growth and job creation in the innovation economy.
Award winners included: PS&S; Hartz Mountain Industries, LLC; Preferred Freezer Services; Cummins, Inc.; and the Town of Kearny.