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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.
The 211-room hotel will include a ground floor bistro featuring a cocktail menu from the company that curated NYC’s Death & Co.
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.
The city’s zoning board green lit a plan to demolish a one-story warehouse and replace it with a 19-unit project that includes two ground floor storefronts.
A developer that was once hoping to build a four-tower project with over 2,300 units is working on a proposal for several properties along Downtown’s fringe, albeit at a much smaller scale.
A 42-story proposal is being reshaped following a court settlement, which paves the way for almost an acre of public amenities at 500 Summit Avenue.
The unique chain, known for the Chickenjoy and Jolly Spaghetti, started offering pick-up service at their second and largest Jersey City location over the weekend.
The developer of a 45-unit project at 211 Baldwin Avenue in Jersey City previously said they would be willing to reserve 20 percent of the units to serve as “affordable” housing for veterans. Now, after this component of the project was listed as a condition of the development’s approval, the company wants to remove it.
A seafood eatery along Downtown’s Bay Street will be hosting live music throughout the day along with signature drink specials and a “buck a shuck special.”
A SoHo-based firm envisions a green space on the former elevated rail line that connects visitors to the arts with sections carved out for sculptures and performances in addition to recreational activities.