South Jersey Gas opened a new headquarters in Atlantic City, NJ this November. The opening celebration included board members, business leaders, elected officials, employees, project partners, and others.
“It’s just the latest in a string of celebrations that all point to one irrefutable fact: Atlantic City is back,” Governor Phil Murphy said. This is expected to be a great contribution to Atlantic City’s economy.
The new building is a part of a $210 million, public-private redevelopment initiative on 270,000 square feet of land in the Lower Chelsea neighborhood called the Atlantic City Gateway Project.
New Jersey offered new incentives for business in 2015 to keep jobs from leaving and create new jobs in New Jersey. This incentive has encouraged development in Camden, Trenton, and the southern half of the state.