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Jewelry Maker Frederick Goldman Moving HQ from NYC to New Jersey

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The company will relocate more than 200 of its workers.

After being awarded $20 million in state tax credits to move its headquarters from New York City to New Jersey, Frederick Goldman has purchased a property in Secaucus, NJ for $11.5 million where it intends to relocate more than 200 employees, NorthJersey.com reports. The article says the property includes both office and retail space and was chosen because it was convenient for the workers. Richard Goldman, the company’s president, told the regional news outlet that he didn’t have a timetable for when the new headquarters building will be ready to move into.

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