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Developer Planning Transformative 24+Half Adaptive Reuse Project in Paterson

Blue Onyx Companies is plotting to convert seven old mill buildings into a vibrant mixed-use environment that will create a riverfront walkway that better connects the neighborhood to Great Falls National Park.

Lawsuit Seeks to Block Newark’s Scott Towers Development

Three companies are looking to derail a 92-unit mixed-use project, alleging the public was insufficiently notified about the proposal and claiming a virtual planning board meeting on the application violated the state’s Sunshine Law.
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Developer Planning Transformative 24+Half Adaptive Reuse Project in Paterson

Blue Onyx Companies is plotting to convert seven old mill buildings into a vibrant mixed-use environment that will create a riverfront walkway that better connects the neighborhood to Great Falls National Park.

Lawsuit Seeks to Block Newark’s Scott Towers Development

Three companies are looking to derail a 92-unit mixed-use project, alleging the public was insufficiently notified about the proposal and claiming a virtual planning board meeting on the application violated the state’s Sunshine Law.

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