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Programs such as New Jersey's Urban Enterprise Zones have been found to produce zero or even negative job growth.
Pitney Bowes agreed to lease 76,000 square feet of space at 158 Mount Olivet Avenue, an existing Urban Enterprise Zone location that includes 64,000 square feet of production space and 12,000 square feet of office space.
The building, situated in an Urban Enterprise Zone, features many prominent physician operated medical offices, and is zoned for most medical uses.
Right now, welfare reformers focus on carrots and sticks for single mothers; black political leaders plump for public works projects; New Democrats and New Paradigm conservatives press for urban enterprise zones or tenant ownership of public housing.
But if he truly intends to govern as a "new Democrat," Bill Clinton must: * Establish urban enterprise zones.
Bayonne Crossing's unique location draws from 525,000 people within a 5 mile radius, and it's within an Urban Enterprise Zone that gives patrons a 50 percent break on the state sales tax.
2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The City of Perth Amboy Business Improvement District (BID) has announced that it has retained Beckerman, one of the industry's largest independent public relations firms, to represent the city's central business district and its Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ).
s Urban Enterprise Zone, the industrial center offers more than 1 million square feet of medium industrial warehouse space within four stand-alone buildings.