Jersey Digs has learned that a former official with the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency and the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation has pleaded guilty in connection with an alleged conspiracy involving the Orange Public Library. In part, Franklyn Ore allegedly used money that was supposed to serve low-income families on “entertainment and restaurants.”
The Powerhouse Arts District address tops the amenity list at this luxury Downtown Jersey City condo building.
Two former bar owners from Manhattan just opened a contemporary American restaurant in Princeton, where they now call home.
Jersey Digs has obtained renderings and new information about the massive Crossings at Brick Church Station project in East Orange.
Only five custom loft units, renovated with exceptional attention to detail, are available for rent starting at $2,150.
Jersey Digs has learned that a new public park is in the works for the former Moores Station Quarry near Lambertville.
A controversial post-industrial property in Hoboken took a step toward being revitalized last week and could soon be home to a mixed-use rental building.
Ascension Capital Partners Siree Morris and Ryan Curran broke ground on two affordable three-family homes last week.
The owners of a popular ramen restaurant are bringing cocktails and Americana to the former home of Biggie’s, which has been dark for over a year.
A deal for cross-river transit out of a new terminal in Bayonne could gain final approvals next month.
The developer of Lincoln Harbor is taking the town to court over an ordinance they claim retroactively limits building heights and adds public parking requirements to a redevelopment agreement.
United Van Lines released a study based on their tracking of individuals who used their moving service during the last year.
The health-conscious smoothie bar has just started construction on what will be their fifth outpost in New Jersey.
A Hoboken developer is constructing an eight-unit project called The Mignote on Second across from the South Orange train station.
Jersey Digs has confirmed the new ownership that is taking over the parkside space and some details on the new concept that will be up and running soon.