Choose New Jersey has announced plans to relocate its headquarters from Princeton Forrestal Village to an expanded space in Newark, part of a consolidation of state economic development initiatives in New Jersey’s largest city.

Choose will be one of three state offices to occupy new space at One Gateway Center. It will join the state EDA (Economic Development Authority), which plans to open a satellite office there, as well as a satellite governor’s office.

The nonprofit agency, founded under former Gov. Chris Christie in 2010, is tasked with nurturing economic growth in the state by attracting businesses to New Jersey to stimulate job growth and capital investment. It will continue to maintain a satellite office in the capital region.

Choose New Jersey, 201 Rockingham Row, Princeton 08540; 609-297-2200. Jose Lozano, president and CEO.

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