The borough has hired a global design firm to help craft a vision for a vibrant core.
The city will soon start accepting applications for an emergency rental assistance initiative to be run via a lottery system.
For the past two years, South Orange has been working with Manhattan-based urban planners at Topology to create a new master plan in hopes of transforming itself into an ideal suburb.
Jersey Digs first reported in 2019 that a Lidl grocery store could come to South Avenue in Garwood. Now, we’ve learned that the company acquired the property in a multi-million dollar transaction over the summer.
After delaying their formal launch, the popular dumpling spot is now serving the Jersey City via 25% capacity dine-in, takeout, delivery, and curbside pickup.
The city has filed a lawsuit over a long-stalled hotel venture that claims the company behind the endeavor has gone bankrupt and defaulted on a redevelopment agreement.
A developer wants to tear down Perfect Touch Express Lube & Car Wash Center at the corner of Communipaw and Garfield avenues in Jersey City in order to build a mixed-use project. The application is scheduled to be heard Thursday, January 14.
The four-story plan could be approved by the Newark Zoning Board of Adjustment during a virtual meeting on Thursday, January 14, at 6:00 p.m.
Four buildings with 144 units, including 29 “affordable” units, could come to a site close to the Princeton Junction commuter rail stop in West Windsor Township as part of the “400 Steps” proposal. The application is scheduled to be heard Wednesday, January 13.
In this series, Jersey Digs explores a small suburban hospital in Orange, New Jersey, that became a landmark institution.
Three adjacent properties near the Garden State Parkway in Essex County could become the site of a development with close to three dozen units. The East Orange Planning Board is scheduled to hear this application on Wednesday, January 13.
A contract will be awarded later this winter to install infrastructure for the initial phase of the 8,000+ unit project and Jersey Digs has learned additional specifics about amenities, parks, schools, and transit to be included in the development.
The 47-unit Hilltop View Project involving the adaptive reuse of and new construction around St. John's Episcopal Church on Summit Avenue in Jersey City was first announced more than five years ago. Now, a new application calls for a version of the project with even more residential units.
The bandits are targeting Honda Accords that are parked overnight in parking lots.
Spitzer Enterprises was recently given the go-ahead to bring a 386-unit development to a half-acre parcel near Journal Square that will add a sizeable storefront to the corner of Summit and Sip avenues.