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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Tax Exemption Planned for 35-Unit Project at West New York Community Center Site

The Town of West New York sold the old Hudson Hall Community Center building for more than $2 million to a developer. Now, the new 35-unit development that has been created at the site could receive a five-year tax exemption.

Several Massive Developments Rise Along Jersey City’s Marin Boulevard

A multitude of projects along a four-block stretch will add 1,407 residential units, almost 11,000 square feet of retail, college dormitories, and two theater spaces to the most rapidly transforming stretch of the Garden State.
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After Homeless Shelter Plan Denied, Apartments Could Come to Newark Building

After plans to turn a building in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood into a shelter for veterans experiencing homelessness were denied, a developer is seeking to bring nine apartments to the building.
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Tax Exemption Planned for 35-Unit Project at West New York Community Center Site

The Town of West New York sold the old Hudson Hall Community Center building for more than $2 million to a developer. Now, the new 35-unit development that has been created at the site could receive a five-year tax exemption.

Several Massive Developments Rise Along Jersey City’s Marin Boulevard

A multitude of projects along a four-block stretch will add 1,407 residential units, almost 11,000 square feet of retail, college dormitories, and two theater spaces to the most rapidly transforming stretch of the Garden State.

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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.

After Homeless Shelter Plan Denied, Apartments Could Come to Newark Building

After plans to turn a building in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood into a shelter for veterans experiencing homelessness were denied, a developer is seeking to bring nine apartments to the building.

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.

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Several Massive Developments Rise Along Jersey City’s Marin Boulevard

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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.