75 Park Lane Delivers Manhattan-Level Luxury to Discerning Buyers in Jersey City

Closings and initial occupancy have begun at 75 Park Lane, of Park and Shore in Newport, wooing buyers with unparalleled design, amenities, and New York City views.

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Only the exquisitely appointed residences and hotel-style amenities can rival the dynamic neighborhood and all there is to eat, drink, see, and do.

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Gov Murphy Halts Non-Essential Construction in NJ to Fight Spread of COVID19

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A developer wants to turn a former Ethan Allen furniture distribution complex along the Passaic River into an apartment complex.

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Jersey City, Hoboken Holding Virtual Government Meetings Amid COVID-19

Jersey City will be holding their second remote council meeting this week and two Hoboken boards are switching to a virtual format as restrictions on group gatherings remain in place.

Seven-Story Mixed-Use Complex Planned Near Woodbridge Train Station

A developer is planning to replace a shopping center in Woodbridge Township’s downtown with a residential and retail complex. State environmental documents show that the complex could be known as "Modera Woodbridge."

670-Unit Development Proposed for 286 Coles Street in Jersey City

A tiered building could rise along the northern fringes of Downtown as Albanese Development Group should be pitching their latest project to the planning board very soon.

Former Newark Public School Could Be Converted Into Charter School

The former Maple Avenue Elementary School, which was the subject of a 57-unit adaptive reuse proposal in 2018, might become a charter school instead.

Elizabeth Plans to Terminate Lease of Company Renting Historic Train Station

The historic former Central Railroad of New Jersey station in Midtown Elizabeth has been used on and off as a restaurant over the years, but municipal officials say that the company leasing the building did not pay rent for several months.

Expanded NJCU Performing Arts Center Heading to Planning Board

Jersey City could soon approve an ambitious project that now consists of theater spaces, multiple retail storefronts, and two 11-story apartment towers that include affordable units.

Two More State-of-the-Art Film Studios Coming to Jersey City

A deal is in place to repurpose two separate industrial properties near Liberty State Park into Class A film production spaces.

Local Businesses Launch Petition Asking Gov Murphy to Help Relieve Their Pain

A new petition is asking New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and other officials to help ease the financial burden the state’s restaurants and small businesses are facing.
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Gov Murphy Halts Non-Essential Construction in NJ to Fight Spread of COVID19

An executive order will halt all non-essential construction in New Jersey beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday.

Two Projects Could Bring Over 550 Units to Bayonne’s Mechanic Street

Two developments could bring more than 550 apartments to a block of Mechanic Street in Bayonne.

251 Apartments Envisioned for Former Ethan Allen Furniture Complex in Passaic

A developer wants to turn a former Ethan Allen furniture distribution complex along the Passaic River into an apartment complex.

Cleveland-Based Company Pays $3M for Secaucus Development Site

1631 Paterson Plank Road, which was the subject of a 116-unit development application last year, is now owned by a company based in Ohio.

Jersey City, Hoboken Holding Virtual Government Meetings Amid COVID-19

Jersey City will be holding their second remote council meeting this week and two Hoboken boards are switching to a virtual format as restrictions on group gatherings remain in place.
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Seven-Story Mixed-Use Complex Planned Near Woodbridge Train Station

A developer is planning to replace a shopping center in Woodbridge Township’s downtown with a residential and retail complex. State environmental documents show that the complex could be known as "Modera Woodbridge."

670-Unit Development Proposed for 286 Coles Street in Jersey City

A tiered building could rise along the northern fringes of Downtown as Albanese Development Group should be pitching their latest project to the planning board very soon.

Former Newark Public School Could Be Converted Into Charter School

The former Maple Avenue Elementary School, which was the subject of a 57-unit adaptive reuse proposal in 2018, might become a charter school instead.

Elizabeth Plans to Terminate Lease of Company Renting Historic Train Station

The historic former Central Railroad of New Jersey station in Midtown Elizabeth has been used on and off as a restaurant over the years, but municipal officials say that the company leasing the building did not pay rent for several months.

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75 Park Lane Delivers Manhattan-Level Luxury to Discerning Buyers in Jersey City

Closings and initial occupancy have begun at 75 Park Lane, of Park and Shore in Newport, wooing buyers with unparalleled design, amenities, and New York City views.

Uptown Hoboken is an Extension of Luxury Living at 1425 Hudson Street

Only the exquisitely appointed residences and hotel-style amenities can rival the dynamic neighborhood and all there is to eat, drink, see, and do.

The Baxter Brings Bespoke Boutique Condo Living to The Heights

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Award-Winning Toll Brothers Expands Luxury Communities to Bergen County, New Jersey

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95,000 Square Feet of Resort-Style Amenities Now Open at Vermella Union

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Expanded NJCU Performing Arts Center Heading to Planning Board

Jersey City could soon approve an ambitious project that now consists of theater spaces, multiple retail storefronts, and two 11-story apartment towers that include affordable units.

Two More State-of-the-Art Film Studios Coming to Jersey City

A deal is in place to repurpose two separate industrial properties near Liberty State Park into Class A film production spaces.

Local Businesses Launch Petition Asking Gov Murphy to Help Relieve Their Pain

A new petition is asking New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and other officials to help ease the financial burden the state’s restaurants and small businesses are facing.

Need Activities During the Shutdown, This Website Offers Free Virtual Classes From Locals

A Jersey City-based real estate firm just launched a virtual space with a calendar of online social, fitness, entertainment and educational options to aid the public during this period of social distancing and the COVID-19 crisis.
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Revitalization of Wonder Bread Factory Making Progress in Hoboken

The vertical expansion of a century-old industrial building is underway as it is being repurposed into 68 condominiums and ground floor retail space.

How to Help Local Businesses Struggling Through COVID-19 Restrictions

The hospitality industry has taken a huge hit during the pandemic, but a few feel-good stories have emerged and lots of restaurants are staying open for pick-up and delivery.

Redevelopment Projects Could Come Near East Orange’s City Hall Plaza

The municipal government of East Orange wants "statements of qualifications and performance data from developers" interested in several properties by the East Orange rail station, including the station building itself.

902 Brewing Company Produces First Batch of Beer in Jersey City

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Seven-Story Mixed-Use Complex Planned Near Woodbridge Train Station

A developer is planning to replace a shopping center in Woodbridge Township’s downtown with a residential and retail complex. State environmental documents show that the complex could be known as "Modera Woodbridge."

Gov Murphy Halts Non-Essential Construction in NJ to Fight Spread of COVID19

An executive order will halt all non-essential construction in New Jersey beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday.

670-Unit Development Proposed for 286 Coles Street in Jersey City

A tiered building could rise along the northern fringes of Downtown as Albanese Development Group should be pitching their latest project to the planning board very soon.

Two Projects Could Bring Over 550 Units to Bayonne’s Mechanic Street

Two developments could bring more than 550 apartments to a block of Mechanic Street in Bayonne.

Cleveland-Based Company Pays $3M for Secaucus Development Site

1631 Paterson Plank Road, which was the subject of a 116-unit development application last year, is now owned by a company based in Ohio.

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