Why should you invest in the Township of Monroe?
The Township of Monroe is centrally located and home to a growing population of consumers and skilled workers. Desirable commercial real estate combined with incentives programs and a pro-business local government makes the Township of Monroe an obvious choice for your business location.
Here’s why you should invest in the Township of Monroe:
The Township of Monroe is strategically positioned between: I-295; Routes 55, 47, & 42; the AC Expressway; and the NJ Turnpike. The Courier-Post writes, “Centrally located between Philadelphia and Atlantic City, Monroe Township may be a good place to put down roots or establish a business in South Jersey.”* Getting traffic to your business won’t be a problem with the diversity of residents and visitors making their way through the busy streets of the township.
Rapidly Growing, Family-Oriented Population
The US Census Bureau projected the 2012 population of the Township of Monroe to be 36,597.** This is a sizeable increase of nearly 25% from 2000 and the population continues to grow. The median family household income is high and the large majority of houses are owner-occupied. The Township of Monroe is a family-friendly place, with an extraordinary school system and convenient access to nearby universities and colleges that support local workforce development.
Available Commercial Real Estate
The Township of Monroe has a number of desirable commercial properties currently available. Whether you’re opening a small retail store or looking for a large redevelopment site, there are many options to meet your needs. Real estate prices are low, taxes are affordable and incentive programs are available – the only the thing missing is your business.
Tax abatements, redevelopment zones, Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT), and workforce development programs are just some of the incentives available in the Township of Monroe.
Pro-Business Local Government
The Township of Monroe recognizes that the commercial base is of vital importance to the overall well-being of the community. This is why the local government is aggressively pro-business and considers economic development a primary concern. You can count on the Township of Monroe to support your business – you are our priority.
* Courier-Post, Sunday, 3 November 2013, Page 6H.
** US Census Fact Finder 2010, Township of Monroe, Gloucester County