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Downtown Morristown is the Place for Your Business
Downtown Morristown is a powerful commercial center and county seat that over the last 14 years has benefited from revitalization projects valued at $750 million. It's strength resulted in low commercial vacancy rates during the Great Recession, while its many new residential units continue to be filled at a faster pace than most comparable communities.
Retail newcomers have included Century 21 Department Store, Jos. A. Banks and a host of small independent merchants. They are drawn by the downtown's very large daytime population:
• 22,063 workers. The 13,810 office workers alone can spend about $44 million/yr in downtown retail shops and eateries.
• Three hotels with 540 rooms average about 537 guests per day, 196,005 per year. These hotel guest spend an estimated $9.8 million/yr on food.
• 1,500 high school students who directly and through influence on their parents impact on about $6.5 million/yr in retail and restaurant revenues. read more
Morristown Businesses! Send us your employment opportunities!
Available employment opportunities within Morristown's Special Improvement District.
Available Commercial Space in Morristown - Submitted
Updated October 2015
Downtown Morristown Quick Statistics
Thank you to local Weichert Real Estate agent, Lisa Molinari, for this great video!
Downtown Morristown Quick Stats
A RETAIL REVITALIZATION STRATEGY and ACTION PLAN for DOWNTOWN MORRISTOWN
DANTH FULL REPORT
Retail Strategy and Action Plan for Downtown Morristown Power Point
Executive Summary - Retail Strategy and Action Plan
Morristown's Treasured Businesses - Winners Announced!
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HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
HOTELS & TOURISM
NEW DOWNTOWN RESIDENTIAL UNITS
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WORKFORCE: TRADE AREA