A recently completed renovation project illustrates the changing tide in Lafayette. Featuring high-end rental units and two commercial spaces - one of which has drawn a popular downtown restauranteur to the area - the fully-restored building highlights Lafayette’s increasing popularity.
Life can be incredibly busy here in the city, but it’s important to be able to carve out some time for fun as well! And while, yes, there’s a lot of fun things to do around here, getting away for the weekend, a night or even a day can be a great mental escape. Whether you’re single, coupled up or have kids, there are plenty of options right here in New Jersey that have some great fall and winter activities.
This past week, final plans were unveiled for a 26,000 square-foot museum, plaza, and rooftop terrace on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.
A property we previously featured on Jersey Digs has now closed and with it set the record for the highest priced sale for a true 1-family property downtown.
After being tabled at a planning board meeting in September over community push back, the proposal for a new project at 136 Summit Avenue went back in front of the board on Tuesday. This time, it unanimously won approval.
A building in The Village neighborhood of Jersey City is slated to be demolished and replaced with a new development.
Jersey News: The Willful Neglect of NJ Transit, Say Goodbye to Cheap Gas, Explosive Street Art in Newark, More
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, the New York Times investigates the neglect of NJ Transit, 'Explosive street art’ coming to Newark, the end is near for cheap gas in New Jersey, and more.
A round up of food and drink happenings in Jersey City. La Mexicana opens on 440, Pet Shop adds a wine bar, and The Hutton opens in The Heights.
Following his less-than-flattering comments about Jersey City last week, Sean Black and WeWork have parted ways, according to The Real Deal.
Currently, the 25-story Carmel Towers building lies abandoned, towering over the Weequahic neighborhood of Newark’s South Ward. However, should a developer’s plan be approved, the building could soon be home to hundreds of Newarkers.