2024 Training Institute Topics Announced!

New Jersey, November 30, 2023 – The New Jersey Redevelopment Authority (NJRA) is happy to announce its course lineup for 2024. These comprehensive courses are designed to empower professionals and stakeholders in the field of redevelopment and urban planning with the knowledge and skills needed to address the complex challenges of the 21st century.

The NJRA Training Institute, renowned for its commitment to excellence in education, is set to offer a diverse array of courses, catering to individuals and organizations invested in the revitalization and sustainable development of communities across New Jersey. With specific dates for each course to be released soon, participants can anticipate a dynamic learning experience that will enhance their expertise in various aspects of redevelopment and urban planning.

The 2024 course lineup includes:

1. Project Finance Basic to Intermediate

2. Gaining Insight into the Capital Structure of Real Estate Development

3. Exploring Effective Models and Strategies for Land Reuse

4. The Relationship Between Financial, Social, and Economic Equity in Development

5. Redevelopment Planning Law

6. Enhancing Your Project Finance Strategy with Tax Credits (LIHTC, NMTC & HTC, Tax Abatement)

7. Redefining Urban Redevelopment in the 21st Century: Shaping Sustainable and Resilient Livable Cities

The NJRA Training Institute has a rich history of providing top-tier education in the field of redevelopment. Established to support the NJRA's mission of revitalizing and redeveloping New Jersey's most distressed neighborhoods, the Training Institute has been equipping individuals with the tools and insights necessary to transform communities since 2006. 

The  2024 course lineup reflects the NJRA's commitment to staying at the forefront of industry trends and addressing the evolving needs of professionals in the field. The courses are tailored to benefit a wide audience, including government officials, real estate developers, urban planners, architects, community leaders, and anyone with a vested interest in creating more vibrant, equitable, and sustainable communities.


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