Morris County is New Jersey's top
business destination, where cutting
edge business leaders find across-the-board
quality in every critical locational attribute.
35 miles outside of New York City, Morris County lies in the heart of
the Boston-Washington corridor. Located in the nation's wealthiest
region, the county enjoys a highly diversified economy driven by
powerful industry sectors. Businesses operating in Morris County
enjoy a number of competitive advantages including some of the lowest
corporate, small-business, and personal income taxes in the Region.
These businesses find themselves in good company as approximately 50 members of
the Fortune 500 are either headquartered or have major facilities here.
quality infrastructure helps business succeed with access to high
quality road networks and public transportation. Nearby ports and
airports are some of the busiest in the nation, and Morristown Municipal
Airport provides 24-hour access for domestic and international corporate
travel. Morris County leads the state in office space inventory and our
Class A office parks are run by some of the nation's top real estate
force is one of the county's major assets. Our percentage of adults with
college degrees is nearly three times the national average. Our
local colleges and universities further enhance workforce development,
and our region's civilian labor force is projected to grow at a healthy
rate through 2012.
Quality of life in Morris County has few peers. Our suburban
towns, rolling mountains, and sophisticated downtowns all offer a
diverse array of housing, cultural, and recreational opportunities.
Our location offers nearby activities at the Jersey shore, Poconos, and
in New York City.
County Economic Development Corporation serves as a powerful ally for
businesses seeking a new location, as well as those already operating in
the county. Let us know how we can assist you and help your business succeed
in Morris County, New Jersey.
MAY 2013 PROJECT OF THE MONTH
Gov. Christie attends groundbreaking for Realogy headquarters in Madison
By Sarah Portlock / The Star-Ledger
Wednesday, February 01, 2012
MADISON — Gov. Chris Christie and other officials gathered this morning in Madison to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new headquarters for real estate giant Realogy, which will bring 900 jobs to the town when it relocates early next year from its current offices 7 miles away in Parsippany.
The building is a former Verizon call center, and the architects for the project kept part of its existing structure, including the foundation.
As construction crews worked outside on the steel framing, Gov. Chris Christie thanked Realogy for staying in New Jersey and helping cont...