Philadelphia Inquirer

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"I've been in business 36 years. Everyone says this is theworst," said BPG president Daniel DiLella. "But this is when youmake money."

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There is hope that Lower Makefield can draw from both the NewYork City and Philadelphia metro areas. Executives at Johnson &Johnson as well as area financial firms are leaving New Jersey infavor of living in lower-taxed Pennsylvania, the article says.Offices are expected to follow.

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The Bucks County-situated Makefield is made up of nine officebuilding, only two suites of which are not leased, officials say.To read the full Philadelphia Inquirer article, clickhere.

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