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Jersey City’s Bergen Arches Preservation Coalition Joins High Line Network

A group that has long promoted a plan to convert an abandoned rail line into a shared-use nature trail just gained membership into a notable non-profit started by the co-founder of Manhattan’s High Line.
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Upcoming Boraie Project Sites in Newark Could Receive New Designation

The sites of upcoming 200-unit and 370-unit developments in Downtown Newark could be designated as areas in need of development, including the property that could contain the second “Shaq Tower.”
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Jersey City’s Bergen Arches Preservation Coalition Joins High Line Network

A group that has long promoted a plan to convert an abandoned rail line into a shared-use nature trail just gained membership into a notable non-profit started by the co-founder of Manhattan’s High Line.

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Upcoming Boraie Project Sites in Newark Could Receive New Designation

The sites of upcoming 200-unit and 370-unit developments in Downtown Newark could be designated as areas in need of development, including the property that could contain the second “Shaq Tower.”

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Jersey City’s Bergen Arches Preservation Coalition Joins High Line Network

A group that has long promoted a plan to convert an abandoned rail line into a shared-use nature trail just gained membership into a notable non-profit started by the co-founder of Manhattan’s High Line.

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