Every Day is a Holiday This Summer on the Pool Deck at 10 Provost Street

10 Provost Street at Provost Square in Downtown Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District offers residents the perfect summertime line-up of luxury amenities.

325 Ferry Street’s Luxury Community Captures Cool Ironbound Vibe

Now leasing, the brand new luxury rental building brings spacious residences and upscale amenities to a convenient Newark neighborhood.

One Harrison Impresses Renters with Hotel-Style Amenities and Spacious Layouts

The new rental building brings luxury and value to the market in a convenient downtown Harrison location.

Cobalt Lofts in Harrison Powers a Stress-Free Resident Experience

The luxury rental building brings modern design, technology, and amenities to the Riverbend District just minutes from Manhattan.

Renderings Out for Former Mercedes USA HQ Redevelopment in Montvale

The $150 million project, known as Tri-Boro Square, will include 300+ residential units, a hotel, retail space, and more.

Development Could Bring Nearly 100 Units to Downtown Englewood

Three properties in Englewood could be replaced with a 91-unit development. The building would be located around the corner from the Bergen County city’s main drag and the proposal will be heard during the planning board's meeting on June 27.

Following Lawsuit, 141 Brunswick Street in Jersey City Gets Redesigned

A lawsuit seeking to void a development’s approvals has sparked a project re-design that better conforms with existing zoning but eliminates all off-street parking spots.
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Newport Jersey City’s Transition from Industrial Hub to Luxe Oasis

What was at first considered a quixotic quest has become Jersey City’s premier waterfront neighborhood and the catalyst for the city's entire comeback.

Dorms for 151 Saint Peter’s University Students Could Come to McGinley Square

Although the Saint Peter’s Tower at McGinley Square project in Jersey City has yet to come to fruition, the university has begun planning another student housing complex in the neighborhood. The ZBA is scheduled to hear the matter June 27.

Details Emerge on Hoboken’s Proposed Special Improvement District

Owners of properties with commercial space would pay a new assessment under the arrangement, which was formally presented to the city council last week.

James Beard Semifinalist Brings Bread and Salt to The Heights

An acclaimed Pittsburgh bread shop that closed several years ago has soft opened in Jersey City’s northernmost neighborhood.
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Could Jersey City Finally Get an Affordable Housing Ordinance?

Dueling inclusionary zoning ordinances and a large affordable component that could be included in the Bayfront development have created optimism that officials might address a longstanding issue.

Lit 21 Sports Bar and Lounge to Open This Week along Route 21 in Newark

A new lounge in Newark, calling itself "the hottest venue in the tri-state area," has announced that it will hold a grand opening celebration with DJ Camilo of HOT 97.

Hoboken Approves New Hilton Hotel Deal With $3.2 Million in Givebacks

The reworked pact, which no longer includes a renovation of the city’s YMCA, clears the way for Hoboken’s planning board to hear the application and move the project forward.

Demolition Will Begin Soon at Silverman’s 170 Erie Street in Jersey City [Renderings]

The developer announced that a garage at the property will soon be torn down to make way for another mixed-use project in Hamilton Park.
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Cobalt Lofts in Harrison Powers a Stress-Free Resident Experience

The luxury rental building brings modern design, technology, and amenities to the Riverbend District just minutes from Manhattan.

Renderings Out for Former Mercedes USA HQ Redevelopment in Montvale

The $150 million project, known as Tri-Boro Square, will include 300+ residential units, a hotel, retail space, and more.

Development Could Bring Nearly 100 Units to Downtown Englewood

Three properties in Englewood could be replaced with a 91-unit development. The building would be located around the corner from the Bergen County city’s main drag and the proposal will be heard during the planning board's meeting on June 27.

Following Lawsuit, 141 Brunswick Street in Jersey City Gets Redesigned

A lawsuit seeking to void a development’s approvals has sparked a project re-design that better conforms with existing zoning but eliminates all off-street parking spots.

Newport Jersey City’s Transition from Industrial Hub to Luxe Oasis

What was at first considered a quixotic quest has become Jersey City’s premier waterfront neighborhood and the catalyst for the city's entire comeback.
- Advertisement -

Dorms for 151 Saint Peter’s University Students Could Come to McGinley Square

Although the Saint Peter’s Tower at McGinley Square project in Jersey City has yet to come to fruition, the university has begun planning another student housing complex in the neighborhood. The ZBA is scheduled to hear the matter June 27.

Details Emerge on Hoboken’s Proposed Special Improvement District

Owners of properties with commercial space would pay a new assessment under the arrangement, which was formally presented to the city council last week.

James Beard Semifinalist Brings Bread and Salt to The Heights

An acclaimed Pittsburgh bread shop that closed several years ago has soft opened in Jersey City’s northernmost neighborhood.

Could Jersey City Finally Get an Affordable Housing Ordinance?

Dueling inclusionary zoning ordinances and a large affordable component that could be included in the Bayfront development have created optimism that officials might address a longstanding issue.

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Cobalt Lofts in Harrison Powers a Stress-Free Resident Experience

The luxury rental building brings modern design, technology, and amenities to the Riverbend District just minutes from Manhattan.

Newport Jersey City’s Transition from Industrial Hub to Luxe Oasis

What was at first considered a quixotic quest has become Jersey City’s premier waterfront neighborhood and the catalyst for the city's entire comeback.

Every Day is a Holiday This Summer on the Pool Deck at 10 Provost Street

10 Provost Street at Provost Square in Downtown Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District offers residents the perfect summertime line-up of luxury amenities.

Investment Or Indulgence? This Furnished House in LBI’s Barnegat Light Can Be Both

1504 Bayview Avenue is a 2,200-square-foot home located in the scenic and popular Bayblock fishing village, steps away from the Marina at Barnegat Light.

325 Ferry Street’s Luxury Community Captures Cool Ironbound Vibe

Now leasing, the brand new luxury rental building brings spacious residences and upscale amenities to a convenient Newark neighborhood.

Private Terrace and Panoramic Views Put Crystal Point Trophy Penthouse Above the Rest

Penthouse 4002 at Crystal Point has two bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and sweeping views plus a private terrace.

Rebranded Mumoli Bush Group Debuts The Roxy Jersey City

A leading team at Keller Williams City Life JC has rebranded and is now launching The Roxy in Jersey City.

Henley on Hudson Has Summertime Covered on New Jersey’s Gold Coast

The luxury condos as part of the Port Imperial community offer residents a wealth of private and public outdoor amenities along the Hudson River waterfront.

Lit 21 Sports Bar and Lounge to Open This Week along Route 21 in Newark

A new lounge in Newark, calling itself "the hottest venue in the tri-state area," has announced that it will hold a grand opening celebration with DJ Camilo of HOT 97.

Hoboken Approves New Hilton Hotel Deal With $3.2 Million in Givebacks

The reworked pact, which no longer includes a renovation of the city’s YMCA, clears the way for Hoboken’s planning board to hear the application and move the project forward.

Demolition Will Begin Soon at Silverman’s 170 Erie Street in Jersey City [Renderings]

The developer announced that a garage at the property will soon be torn down to make way for another mixed-use project in Hamilton Park.

Ohlala! Indeed, This French Kitchen Will Satisfy All Your Cravings

Ohlala French Kitchen at 688 Bergen Avenue in McGinley Square is open six days a week, serving a full menu of authentic French staples and more.
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NY Waterway, Hoboken Union Dry Dock Dispute Heads to Court

NY Waterway has filed a request to Hudson County Superior Court after receiving a stop work order at the site from the City of Hoboken.

Every Day is a Holiday This Summer on the Pool Deck at 10 Provost Street

10 Provost Street at Provost Square in Downtown Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District offers residents the perfect summertime line-up of luxury amenities.

Closest Frank Lloyd Wright House to NYC Hits the Market

Regarded as one of “25 Must-See Buildings in New Jersey”, the stunning Mid-Century home is designed in Wright’s distinctive Usonian style.

Investment Or Indulgence? This Furnished House in LBI’s Barnegat Light Can Be Both

1504 Bayview Avenue is a 2,200-square-foot home located in the scenic and popular Bayblock fishing village, steps away from the Marina at Barnegat Light.

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Details Emerge on Hoboken’s Proposed Special Improvement District

Owners of properties with commercial space would pay a new assessment under the arrangement, which was formally presented to the city council last week.

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Philadelphia-based developer Pennrose LLC and administrators of the Township of Edison recently broke ground on a 172-unit affordable and veteran housing development at the former U.S. Army Camp Kilmer.

Could Jersey City Finally Get an Affordable Housing Ordinance?

Dueling inclusionary zoning ordinances and a large affordable component that could be included in the Bayfront development have created optimism that officials might address a longstanding issue.

NY Waterway, Hoboken Union Dry Dock Dispute Heads to Court

NY Waterway has filed a request to Hudson County Superior Court after receiving a stop work order at the site from the City of Hoboken.

Following Lawsuit, 141 Brunswick Street in Jersey City Gets Redesigned

A lawsuit seeking to void a development’s approvals has sparked a project re-design that better conforms with existing zoning but eliminates all off-street parking spots.

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