New Jersey Seeks Building Proposals For Airport Land

The 400-acre development site is highlighted in blue.
Credit: Atlantic County Economic Alliance
New Jersey authorities are seeking proposals from companies interested in developing a 400-acre parcel at Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) for aviation facilities. The South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA), which owns and operates ACY, has issued a request for proposals (RFP) from...

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