Residents at Vermella Union Step Out of Their Apartment Home and Dive Into Luxury

Vermella Union’s outdoor resort-style pool is now open, just in time for the hottest days of summer. The community is a true vacation destination, complete with waterfalls, cabanas, and festive string lights, without ever having to leave home.
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120-Unit Mixed-Use Development Proposed Across From Newark’s Riverfront Park

The new owner of an old industrial property in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood is scheduled to seek approval today to construct a five-story development with apartments and retail space on the premises.

44-Unit Development Approved at 70 Fisk Street in Jersey City

Plans to redevelop a corner warehouse have been scaled back from a previous edition, but the green lit project would still be one of the neighborhood’s tallest buildings if it breaks ground.

Newark to Continue Using Hotel to House Homeless Population During Pandemic

The City of Newark is leasing 325 rooms at a Holiday Inn near the airport “in order to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the homeless, senior population and any other vulnerable population.”
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Deal to Build 357 Units, Hotel, and Public Pool Moves Forward in Hoboken

A proposal that would transform almost two acres along the city’s western fringe includes 17 units for homeless veterans and $3 million towards the construction of a community center and pool that the city currently lacks.
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Residents at Vermella Union Step Out of Their Apartment Home and Dive Into Luxury

Vermella Union’s outdoor resort-style pool is now open, just in time for the hottest days of summer. The community is a true vacation destination, complete with waterfalls, cabanas, and festive string lights, without ever having to leave home.
- Advertisement -

120-Unit Mixed-Use Development Proposed Across From Newark’s Riverfront Park

The new owner of an old industrial property in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood is scheduled to seek approval today to construct a five-story development with apartments and retail space on the premises.

44-Unit Development Approved at 70 Fisk Street in Jersey City

Plans to redevelop a corner warehouse have been scaled back from a previous edition, but the green lit project would still be one of the neighborhood’s tallest buildings if it breaks ground.

Newark to Continue Using Hotel to House Homeless Population During Pandemic

The City of Newark is leasing 325 rooms at a Holiday Inn near the airport “in order to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the homeless, senior population and any other vulnerable population.”

Deal to Build 357 Units, Hotel, and Public Pool Moves Forward in Hoboken

A proposal that would transform almost two acres along the city’s western fringe includes 17 units for homeless veterans and $3 million towards the construction of a community center and pool that the city currently lacks.

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Residents at Vermella Union Step Out of Their Apartment Home and Dive Into Luxury

Vermella Union’s outdoor resort-style pool is now open, just in time for the hottest days of summer. The community is a true vacation destination, complete with waterfalls, cabanas, and festive string lights, without ever having to leave home.

Residents at Vermella Union Step Out of Their Apartment Home and Dive Into Luxury

Vermella Union’s outdoor resort-style pool is now open, just in time for the hottest days of summer. The community is a true vacation destination, complete with waterfalls, cabanas, and festive string lights, without ever having to leave home.

KABR Group Sells The Fairmount at McGinley Square in Jersey City

The company finalized a $23.75 million deal to transfer the 58-unit mixed-use property to a New York-based holding company, but has retained the rights for the undeveloped second phase slated for a lot across the street.

Old Jail Could Inspire Youth to Stay Out of Prison — but Only If It Survives

What better way to enshrine the lessons we’ve learned from decades of mass incarceration than by transforming the remnants of Newark’s first penitentiary into a gathering place — be it a museum or community center — that might bring about the end of a problematic legacy.

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KABR Group Sells The Fairmount at McGinley Square in Jersey City

The company finalized a $23.75 million deal to transfer the 58-unit mixed-use property to a New York-based holding company, but has retained the rights for the undeveloped second phase slated for a lot across the street.

Deal to Build 357 Units, Hotel, and Public Pool Moves Forward in Hoboken

A proposal that would transform almost two acres along the city’s western fringe includes 17 units for homeless veterans and $3 million towards the construction of a community center and pool that the city currently lacks.

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As Anti-Racism Protests Sweep the Nation, Italians Stand Their Ground on Columbus Issue

In Newark, onlookers in the dark hours of the morning, watched a century-old statue of Christopher Columbus removed from a plinth at the mayor’s orders. The city’s last statue of Columbus is still standing in the North Ward, but many believe it is only a matter of time before the 15th-century explorer tastes the waters of the Passaic River.