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More Homes Needed Near Train Stations In New Jersey, New York: Study |  4/10/2024

It's no secret that affordable housing is one of the area's biggest needs. Here's a solution to the region's ongoing crisis, advocates say.

Policy playbook: NJBA aims to tackle construction, housing costs on multiple fronts in Trenton |  3/19/2024

Developers are cautiously optimistic about new legislation to streamline affordable housing production in New Jersey, but it’s far from their only public policy objective in 2024. Chief among them is a law that was enacted last year, drawing praise from the New Jersey Builders Association and other groups, allowing building owners to hire third-party, private-sector professionals to obtain faster code inspections.

Show time: Atlantic Builders Convention set to begin with new venue, new energy as housing industry eyes tailwinds in 2024 |  3/18/2024

It’s time to get with the times. We’ve grown tired of hearing from people who say they can’t find women to run their company, be in a top leadership role, sit on a board — or even be on a panel.

ROI Influencers: Women in Business 2024 — Top 50 |  3/7/2024

It’s time to get with the times. We’ve grown tired of hearing from people who say they can’t find women to run their company, be in a top leadership role, sit on a board — or even be on a panel.

Hot property: Jersey City’s development boom |  3/3/2024

Multifamily projects proliferate as Garden State outbuilds New York.  For Bruce Beal, the view from his office at 30 Hudson Yards is a persistent reminder of being late to the party. Looking west from the 73rd floor, the Related Companies president can see the Jersey City skyline, where glassy towers have rapidly sprouted up along the Hudson River.

ROI Influencers: Power List 2024 — Real Estate  |  1/24/2024

The future of any economy — especially one with a hybrid workforce — is having cool
places to live and work. The people on this list are making that happen.

NJBA installs Tantleff as board chair, pledging continued focus on housing affordability  |  1/18/2024

The New Jersey Builders Association has installed Debra Tantleff as its new board chair, tapping a key figure in the industry as it prepares for a new year of advocacy and education for thousands of professionals involved in housing construction.

New Jersey Builders Association installs Deb Tantleff of Tantum as chair  |  1/18/2024

The New Jersey Builders Association on Thursday announced that Debra Tantleff was installed as chair of the organization at its Jan. 17 board of directors meeting in Jersey City. Tantleff operates a certified Women’s Business Enterprise boutique development and advisory firm, TANTUM Real Estate, which is focused on creating vibrant multifamily and mixed-use communities in the New Jersey region.

ROI-NJ presents the ROI Influencers: Real Estate 2023  |  11/17/2023

The impact of commercial real estate on business in New Jersey is so far-reaching it can be difficult to measure.

From the booming e-commerce and logistics sector, to the ongoing, long-lasting growth of multifamily …

'Heat islands': U. research finds pitfalls in parking lot requirements in residential areas

The Daily Targum  |  10/01/2023

A recent Rutgers Center for Real Estate (RCRE) report concluded that current state standards inflate the amount of parking spaces needed in new residential developments. The report is part of a series of RCRE white papers that seek to set an educational framework for accurate issues in the real estate industry.

Fewer parking space requirements, lower rents  |  9/29/2023

New research suggests reductions in parking space requirements for apartment projects can lower development costs and rents and lessen environmental impacts. Parking regulations are a central zoning component of apartment development in the U.S. But, requiring developers to create more parking than necessary hurts renters and discourages the creation of affordable and workforce housing.

Presenting the 2023 Champions of the C-Suite honorees  |  9/28/2023

This exclusive list of 150 business leaders will be honored by ROI-NJ, N.J. Chamber at grand event on Nov. 30. Here it is: The list of the Top 150 business leaders in the state of New Jersey. An impressive group — made up of leaders from every sector and from every region of the state.

Unused parking adds over $2M to typical multifamily projects  |  9/28/2023

Reducing parking spaces can save money and minimize environmental impact, a Rutgers University white paper found. The study, which gathered information on parking usage at 28,000 units total, found renters used 1.60 spaces per unit on average at garden-style properties and 1.08 per unit on average at high-rises. Both of these usage ratios are well below New Jersey state requirements.

Rutgers report: Too much required parking at multifamily sites is bad for rents — and environment  |  9/20/2023

Pulling into a new multifamily parking lot and finding plenty of available parking is becoming a more common occurrence. And, while it may seem like an ideal situation, it’s not. Too many mandatory parking spots is bad for residents (who have to pay increased costs), bad for the environment (concrete has a carbon problem) — and bad for the creation of additional affordable and workforce housing New Jersey so desperately needs (units are too expensive to build).

Parking at multifamily properties is overbuilt, Rutgers study finds, highlighting need for new state guidelines  |  9/20/2023

Demand for parking at multifamily properties in New Jersey is well below what state guidelines require, according to a newly released study by the Rutgers Center for Real Estate, highlighting the potential to reduce construction costs, improve housing affordability and soften the environmental impact of new development by easing state mandates.

Amid a small-business boomlet, a South Jersey city looks to residential and transit projects to boost downtown 

The Philadelphia Inquirer  |  8/28/2023

Entrepreneurs like Sadiyyah Maamoon have opened businesses in downtown Woodbury well ahead of a proposed Broad Street residential development and with possible light rail service.

Tantleff, Berkey and Hutter family to be honored by Israel Bonds at 75th anniversary event  |  8/28/2023

Deb Tantleff of TANTUM Real Estate, Mitch Berkey of Chiesa, Shahinian & Giantomasi and Lindsey & Jared Hutter of Aptitude Development will be honored by Israel Bonds during a 75th anniversary celebration of Israel on Sept. 13 at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston. Tantleff, the founding principal of TANTUM, will be given the Golda Meir Award.

Common Ground Emerges on Affordable Housing Solutions

New Jersey Future  |  7/27/2023

“New Jersey has a storied history of working to address affordable housing. For over five decades, municipalities and developers have collaborated and/or clashed in state agencies and in the courts,“ noted Tom D’Allessio, Vice President of Policy, American Planning Association, NJ Chapter.

ROI Influencers: Women in Business 2023 — Top 40  |  3/14/2023

It’s 2023. And it’s time to realize: The future is female — and the future already is here. We’re tired of hearing from people who say they can’t find women to run their company, sit on their board, take a top leadership role or even simply be on a panel of thought leaders. It’s shameful. And, once again, with the release of the 2023 ROI Influencers: Women in Business, we’re proving that the state is overflowing with qualified female leaders who are ready, willing and eager to do all of the above.

Belgiovine sworn in as NJBA president, helming five-member executive board  |  2/14/2023

The New Jersey Builders Association has installed its new executive board, including a 45-year construction and real estate industry veteran as its president for the next 12 months. Frank Belgiovine, CEO and president of Belmont Construction Corp., is among five elected officers who were sworn in this week by the housing industry trade group. He is NJBA’s 70th board president, succeeding Thomas Bovino and helping lead an organization that includes 1,000 member companies such as builders, remodelers, material suppliers, subcontractors, consultants, lenders, utilities and others involved in housing- and building-related fields.

ROI Influencers: Power List 2023; Real Estate — Debra Tantleff  |  2/8/2023

The Rutgers Center for Real Estate has launched a study that it hopes will capture real-time data on parking usage at residential properties in New Jersey, as it pushes for updates to the decades-old standards that towns and cities use to guide land use and redevelopment.

Rutgers launches study on parking usage at multifamily sites, seeking updated state guidelines  |  1/19/2023

The Rutgers Center for Real Estate has launched a study that it hopes will capture real-time data on parking usage at residential properties in New Jersey, as it pushes for updates to the decades-old standards that towns and cities use to guide land use and redevelopment.

Panel Reveals the Good and Bad About the NJ Economy  |  12/1/2022

New Jersey has created robust economic development programs that have helped businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic and grow the innovation economy. However, a continuing workforce shortage, inflation and recessionary fears, burdensome government regulations, and high taxes, coupled with the high cost of building, are challenges for businesses that want to start up or expand in the state.

ROI Influencers, Real Estate 2022  |  11/28/2022

From developers and financiers to service providers and sector experts, to public officials and, of course, the icons of the industry, the 2022 ROl Influencers: Real Estate list honors the top players in the sector.

Riding into the Horizon

Commercial Construction & Renovation  |  11/23/2022

CCR Woman's Routable attendees discuss the trends—and other things—as we head into a new year. There is no discounting the extreme lengths the commercial construction industry went to keep things moving ahead during our recent once in a lifetime pandemic. But if anyone thought that was going to slow down the industry, they were sadly mistaken.

The State of New Jersey’s Housing Market: We Need More |  7/11/2022

New Jersey is facing an acute housing shortage. Nationally, we are millions of housing units short of meeting demand, and the situation is proportionally worse in New Jersey.

Needed Shelter in Jersey City  |  7/2022

Completed in September of 2021, the Veteran's Housing Project is a new 20-unit, 4-story affordable housing rental project built on a long-vacant corner lot of Ocean Avenue in Jersey City, an area of great need.

62nd Annual New Good Neighbor Award Winners Announced  |  5/11/2022

Thirteen projects noted for the community and economic benefits they deliver to their respective environments. 

ROI Influencers: Women in Business 2022  |  3/23/2022

We’re tired of hearing from people who say they can’t find women to run their company, sit on their board, take a top leadership role or even simply be on a panel of thought leaders.

ROI Influencers: Power List 2022 — Real Estate  |  2/23/2022

We get it, residential real estate is hot. But if you’re looking for a new neighborhood featuring four-bedroom homes with a nice yard … you come to the wrong place.  These developers are the ones creating the multi-family residential, office, mixed-use and industrial facilities that are needed today (and tomorrow). Their market, in many cases, is just as hot.

Officials Cut Ribbon On Project Built To Give Jersey City Veterans A Home  |  12/13/2021

JERSEY CITY, NJ - Local veterans facing housing insecurity may soon have a roof over their head, thanks to the completion of a 21,700-square-foot veterans’ housing complex in Jersey City, which opened on November 30.

Veterans Housing Community Opens Doors In Jersey City

NJ Biz  |  12/2/2021

Housing options for veterans expanded in Hudson County at the start of this week with the completion of a 21,700-square-foot complex in Jersey City.

Affordable Veterans Housing Community In Jersey City Celebrates Opening

Jersey Digs  |  12/2/2021

TANTUM Real Estate, local stakeholders, and elected officials recently attended the ribbon-cutting event for the affordable veterans housing community in the Greenville neighborhood of Jersey City.

ROI-NJ Presents The Roi Influencers: Real Estate 2021  |  12/2/2021

While elected officials and economic thought leaders debate the merits of any number of programs that can be used to jump-start the post-pandemic economy, business leaders know an old axiom still holds true: Real estate leads the way.

Tantum Cuts Ribbon On Affordable Veterans Housing Community In Jersey City  |  12/1/2021

For Debra Tantleff, founding principal of Tantum Real Estate and a longtime developer in the state, the ribbon-cutting Tuesday at 526 Ocean Ave. in Jersey City was different from the many others she has attended.

Tantum, Public Officials Hail Opening Of Veterans Housing Building In Jersey City  |  12/1/2021

Tantum Real Estate has opened the doors to a new boutique apartment building in Jersey City that will provide affordable housing to military veterans and other residents.

Affordable Veterans Housing Community Opens In Jersey City  |  12/1/2021

Specialized for veterans and at-risk populations, the community provides quality, affordable housing, along with onsite supportive services.

Builders, Public Officials Look To Confront New Jersey’s Housing Supply And Affordability Crisis  |  11/18/2021

For any developer seeking a joint venture partner in New Jersey, Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver pointed to the dozens of public housing agencies in cities and towns across the state.

Many U.S. Veterans Still Struggling To Find Housing Following The End To The War

Bisnow  |  11/10/2021

The longest war in American history has ended, sending the remaining 2,500 U.S. troops home and adding to the nearly 200,000 individuals who leave the armed forces each year, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. 

‘Meadowlands Cup’ Golf Event Aims To Highlight, Build Support For Destination-Based Economy  |  7/13/2021

Long-delayed as it was, the opening of the massive American Dream retail and entertainment complex is making good on its promise of bringing thousands of daily visitors to the Meadowlands, providing a much-needed lift to businesses in the region.

Princeton University Taps C&W To Sell Mixed-Use Development Site

Real Estate Weekly  |  7/12/2021

Cushman & Wakefield announced today that the real estate services firm has been retained by Princeton University to arrange for the sale of the Princeton Nurseries development site.  Located within the Princeton Forrestal Center, the site totals 271 acres and represents the last large development parcel in its Corporate Office and Research Complex.

Real Estate Could Prosper From Nationwide Infrastructure Investment Strategies

Smart Brief  |  6/21/2021

New infrastructure — and particularly transportation infrastructure — should be climate change resistant, value previously marginalized urban neighborhoods and take into consideration changing traffic patterns, according to a panel of real estate and urban development specialists based in the greater New York City metropolitan area.

NJBA Installs Mann As 68th President Alongside Newest Slate Of Board Officers  |  4/15/2021

The New Jersey Builders Association has installed its newest president, tapping a Millburn-based developer and attorney to help guide the organization in the year ahead.

Murphy Appoints 77 New Members To New Jersey-Israel Commission  |  4/15/2021

Governor Phil Murphy announced the appointments of 77 public members to the New Jersey-Israel Commission, including a second co-chair, Karin Elkis. Elkis will serve as co-chair along with Mark Levenson, who was one of 21 members who were reappointed. Andrew Gross serves as the executive director. The appointments to the commission were announced Wednesday, Israel’s 73rd Independence Day, in celebration of the friendship and longstanding relationship between New Jersey and Israel

N.J. Builders Association Installs President, ’21-22 Officers  |  4/15/2021

The New Jersey Builders Association has installed its 68th president, it announced this week, along with other members of its 2021-22 slate of officers.

Murphy Announces Appointments To NJ – Israel Commission  |  4/14/2021

Gov. Phil Murphy today announced the appointments of 77 public members to the New Jersey – Israel Commission. The appointments to the Commission are being announced on Israel’s 73rd Independence Day, in celebration of the friendship and longstanding relationship between New Jersey and Israel.

Governor Murphy Announces Sweeping Set Of Appointments To New Jersey – Israel Commission  |  4/14/2021

TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today announced the appointments of 77 public members to the New Jersey – Israel Commission. The appointments to the Commission are being announced on Israel’s 73rd Independence Day, in celebration of the friendship and longstanding relationship between New Jersey and Israel.

ROI Influencers: Women In Business 2021  |  3/26/2021

The 2021 ROI Influencers: Women in Business list includes eight sector categories. They are another way we can honor the best women in the New Jersey business world.

Know These Successful Women In Commercial Real Estate?

American Investment Properties  |  3/12/2021

March was Women’s History Month. It’s important we recognize the accomplishments of all women, but we found it crucial to highlight women in commercial real estate. Known as a male-dominated industry, there are women who have broken gender barriers and made huge strides. Below we cover nine women in the commercial real estate industry.

Roi Influencers: Power List 2021 — Real Estate  |  2/22/2021


Renderings Released For Approved ‘Hue Soul’ Mixed-Use Project In East Orange

Jersey Digs  |  2/15/2021

Recently released renderings illustrate what a five-story building that is being envisioned for the Soul Food Factory site between East Orange’s two train stations could look like if it ends up coming to fruition.

Rutgers Seminar To Highlight Housing Affordability Issues In New Jersey, Israel  |  1/28/2021

An upcoming seminar co-hosted by the Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School will highlight the issue of housing affordability — both at home and abroad.

Tantleff, Herbold Named Trustees Of Meadowlands Chamber’s 2040 Foundation  |  11/20/2020

Debra Tantleff, principal of Tantum Real Estate, and Amy Herbold, vice president for American Dream, were named as trustees to the Meadowlands Regional 2040 Foundation earlier this week.

ROI-NJ Presents The 2020 ROI Influencers: Real Estate List  |  11/18/2020

The COVID-19 pandemic may have changed the commercial real estate sector, but it didn’t stop it. The pandemic led to a pivot, one that still is impacting CRE today — and one that figures to do so in the months (even years) ahead.

Tantleff, Manicone Primed To Play Key Roles As NJBA Officers  |  6/23/2020

As the housing industry looks to move beyond the coronavirus crisis, two female executives are poised to play prominent roles as board members of the New Jersey Builders Association.

Tantleff, Manicone Join N.J. Builders Association Leadership Team  |  6/23/2020

Two prominent women in the real estate industry have joined the New Jersey Builders Association’s leadership team, the organization announced Monday.

How Will Covid-19 Impact Multifamily Design Or Operations?  |  6/18/2020

We assembled a panel of industry experts to tackle this month’s question. Here’s what they had to say.

20 Inspiring Women Who Are Changing The Culture In Real Estate

Facilio Blog  |  3/12/2020

It wasn’t too long ago when a remark like “That’s a man’s job” was just accepted as the norm. For the longest time, the choices we made in the workforce were dictated not by an individual’s calibre but by their gender. 

Real Foresight: ROI-NJ Asks Real Estate Experts What They See Ahead In 2020

ROI-NJ  |  1/2/2020

It’s an annual tradition here at ROI-NJ: Kicking off the new year by surveying some of the New Jersey real estate industry’s top experts to find out what they see for the coming year. Read on for the 2020 edition!

ROI Influencers Real Estate 2019: Developers

ROI-NJ  |  11/11/2019

You can’t have a real estate list in New Jersey without dozens of developers. Here are some of the most influential.

Simon Wiesenthal Center Honors Bias Fighters

Jewish Standard  |  9/5/2019

The Simon Wiesenthal Center hosted its fourth annual 9/11 commemoration, this year “Honoring Heroes for Tolerance,” at Yankee Stadium on August 18.

Wiesenthal Center Commemorates 9/11 With Bergen Legislators And Dignitaries  |  8/29/2019

The Simon Wiesenthal Center hosted its fourth annual 9/11 commemoration event this past Sunday, honoring Heroes for Tolerance at Yankee Stadium. 

How A Small Town Tries Working With Developers To Grow

CoStar News  |  6/25/2019

Red Bank, a riverfront town in New Jersey about 50 miles from Midtown Manhattan, had been sleeping on its laurels in terms of fostering new development, according to its mayor. But that's changing. The borough recently welcomed several new projects and has others in the works.

Red Bank Lost Its Mojo To Asbury, Long Branch. Could Downtown Housing Bring It Back?  |  6/17/2019

New Jersey Monthly magazine called it “the hippest town in New Jersey.” A few years later, the 12,000-resident borough landed on Smithsonian magazine’s list of the “hippest enclaves on the East Coast.”

Panelists Offer Up Guidance On Making TOD Real  |  6/17/2019

The first installment of the new TOD in Your Downtown Forum Series, organized by Downtown New Jersey (DNJ) and, was held on May 30 at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. Planners, municipal officials, and other practitioners assembled at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy to hear from expert panelists who work on the front lines of planning and implementing transit-oriented development.

Developers See New, Long-Awaited Opportunities In Red Bank  |  6/3/2019

It’s often mentioned in the same breath as Morristown and Montclair, but Red Bank has mostly lacked the type of new investment and mixed-use development seen by its northern counterparts.

Element At Red Bank Called Game-Changing Development For Community  |  5/30/2019

Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna was thrilled.  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.

Red Bank: Downtown Apartments Debut  |  5/30/2019

Finalizing a development process that began a dozen years ago, a new 35-unit apartment building made its debut in downtown Red Bank Wednesday.

Red Bank Apartments At The Element Go For Up To $5k A Month  |  5/30/2019

RED BANK - The Element, an upscale 35-unit “boutique” apartment building marketed for well-heeled baby boomers and empty nesters, opened its doors Wednesday, marking another milestone in the downtown’s budding residential renaissance.

Red Bank’s Element Apartment Building Has Ribbon Cutting  |  5/30/2019

RED BANK, NJ – The Element apartments had their ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Red Bank Mayor Pat Menna, state senator Vin Gopal, former senator Joe Kyrillos and Freeholder Gerry Scharfenberger, and a host of other political and business notables. 

Developers, Officials Hail Completion Of Key Redevelopment Project In Red Bank  |  5/30/2019

A joint venture has unveiled a boutique apartment building in downtown Red Bank, bringing new life to a long-vacant site and paving the way for additional redevelopment in the borough.

Women Are Making Their Mark In Commercial Real Estate

GlobeSt.Com  |  4/12/2019

Career opportunities in commercial real estate run the gamut from architecture, asset management and investment banking to engineering and environmental science.

To Save New Jersey Suburbs, Developers Shouldn't Think Too Big

Bisnow  |  3/13/2019

New Jersey has large-scale problems with its demographics and its real estate, but their solutions could come at the smallest of scales.

Real Estate Predictions: Experts Tell ROI-NJ Their Thoughts On 2019

ROI-NJ  |  1/2/2019

Has multifamily finally hit its peak? Can industrial continue its big push, buoyed by the ports? Will Newark and Jersey City continue to lead the way in urban development? What’s the feeling on retail? And how will Gov. Phil Murphy’s goal of an innovative economy impact all of this?

ROI-NJ Reveals 2018 Real Estate Influencers List

ROI-NJ  |  10/22/2018

In 2017, ROI-NJ unveiled its first ROI Influencers Real Estate list. In 2018, we’ve created our latest version, capturing who the most powerful, most influential people in the industry are today.

Demographics, Other Factors Helping To Spur Suburban Revival

NJBIZ  |  10/15/2018

Migration from the suburbs to urban areas — a pattern that’s ruled for more than a decade — may finally be turning around, according to a report from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University.

Rutgers Research Says MF Development Has Bigger Impact On Schools Than Believed

State Broadcast News  |  7/27/2018

NEWARK, NJ—(SBN)—Municipalities may need to increase their expectations of how new multifamily construction will affect their schools, and probably should stop using a “one size fits all” model in determining the impact of multifamily construction on local school capacity, according to research released by The Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School.

Landmark Rutgers Study Sheds Light On Multifamily Development’s Impact On School-Age Children

New Jersey Business  |  7/19/2018

The Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School announced the release of its first public policy white paper, “School-Age Children in Rental Units in New Jersey: Results from a Survey of Developers and Property Managers.”

Rutgers Real Estate Center Releases Landmark Study On School-Aged Children In Multifamily Properties  |  7/19/2018

The number of school-age children in multifamily housing units increases with the number of bedrooms, regardless of the residents’ income level and building product type. And, if income and bedrooms are fixed, it can be shown that denser properties will have fewer school-aged children.

Rutgers Study Seeks To Unravel Debate Over Rental Units And School Children  |  7/19/2018

A new study is shedding new light on a widespread, age-old debate between developers and local governments in New Jersey: Do new apartments mean new school-age children?

New Jersey Builders Association Honors Annual Industry Award Recipients  |  2/3/2018

ROBBINSVILLE – The New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA) honored its annual Industry Awards recipients recently at the Stone Terrace, by John Henry's in Hamilton. The awards honor members of NJBA who have made outstanding contributions to the housing and/or the building industry in New Jersey during the prior year.

Red Bank: Apartment Project Begins

RedBankGreen.Com  |  12/27/2017

Going in opposite Riverside Gardens Park at 55 West Front Street is the Element,  a 35-unit apartment building with self-contained parking beneath an elevated patio for tenants.

Debra Tantleff: Blazing A Trail For Women In Real Estate

Pace Advertising  |  11/27/2017

Our Common Ground campaign for Gender Equality continues! Today, we salute another pioneering woman in real estate: Debra Tantleff! Debra is Founding Principal of TANTUM Real Estate. We’re proud to shine a spotlight on Debra and so many other trailblazers in the field. These women have paved the way for others to follow. Here’s to every achievement earned, every milestone passed, and every glass ceiling shattered!

Jersey City Development With Units Reserved For Veterans Moves Forward

Jersey Digs  |  8/24/2017

After nearly two years of planning, a proposed mixed-use development near the border of Jersey City’s Greenville and Bergen-Lafayette neighborhoods has finally been approved.

Downtown Apartment Complex Approved In Red Bank

Two River Times  |  3/16/2017

RED BANK – The borough Zoning Board of Adjustment may have said “no” but the Planning Board said “yes” – after a little nudging from the Borough Council – for the upscale multistory apartment complex intended for the downtown.

Contentious 35-Unit Apartment Project Coming to red Bank  |  3/6/2017

RED BANK — A year ago, the borough's Zoning Board rejected a 35-unit apartment project planned for the heart of downtown. On Monday, the Planning Board approved essentially the same plan, after the proposal took an unorthodox path.

Controversial Plan for 35 Apartments Approved in Red Bank  |  11/22/2016

RED BANK — The borough council on Monday approved a redevelopment plan that allows up to 35 apartments to be built on a downtown parcel, despite continued protest from some on the council.

Real Estate Center Assembles Emerging Leaders Council to Connect with Students, Ensure Viabiliy

Rutgers University  |  6/7/2016

Packed with industry giants and power players, the advisory board of the Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate has no shortage of leadership or experience. But the group wants to ensure its viability for decades to come, while connecting with the students it was meant to serve when it was formed last year.

Tantum Real Estate's Debra Tantleff Public-Private Housing Advocacy Recognized with NJBA Award

GlobeSt  |  5/12/2016

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Debra Tantleff, founding principal of TANTUM Real Estate, is concerned about the economic forces that are combining to raise development costs across New Jersey, in urban infill and suburban redevelopment locations, and she’s trying to help local governments cope with that reality in her own development practice. Learn more in our exclusive audio interview.

Final Fate of Red Band Residential Project To Be Determined

Two River Times  |  11/5/2015

RED BANK — The borough Zoning Board of Adjustment may cast the deciding vote for a project that could finally result in building on a long-vacant West Front Street lot.

Going Out on Her Own

NJBiz  |  4/7/2015

It was nearly a decade ago when Debra Tantleff, then a young executive with Roseland Property Co., took a lead role in a project that would define the future of downtown Morristown. You might say it also did the same for her career.

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