Less than one mile from Journal Square, the Lofts at 9 Floyd Street brings two three-bed/three-bath condos, each with private outdoor space, to the luxury new construction market.
A two-story property along one of the city’s main roads is set to be expanded into a nine-unit building that includes ground-floor retail.
Revamped renderings have been uncovered as the 621-unit plan looks to wrap construction on the project’s first phase and begin leasing operations.
The seafood market and popular eatery, which closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, will be renovating a larger property into a two-floor facility that includes a backyard dining area.
A mixed-use project looks to rise five stories on a 1.3-acre site that’s currently home to an auto body facility.
A group that has long promoted a plan to convert an abandoned rail line into a shared-use nature trail just gained membership into a notable non-profit started by the co-founder of Manhattan’s High Line.
The owner of several vacant properties in Newark’s West Ward near the Garden State Parkway is proposing a massive development project.
A former appliance store along Bergen Turnpike in North Bergen could be replaced with a four-story development.
Unit 402 offers two bedrooms, two full baths, and an additional den plus the perk of a deeded parking space.
The sites of upcoming 200-unit and 370-unit developments in Downtown Newark could be designated as areas in need of development, including the property that could contain the second “Shaq Tower.”
The Grove at Upper Saddle River and West Saddle Estates in Ho-Ho-Kus offer buyers the best of both with new luxury homes, the perks of the suburbs, and proximity to New York City.
The state has opened a lottery program to aid tenants that have been impacted by the coronavirus and those interested have two weeks to enroll.
A developer still plans to bring an eight-unit development to a narrow lot in Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood.
505 Bloomfield Street is comprised of one duplex unit and two one-bedroom apartments and endless possibilities for the discerning buyer.
A high-rise mixed-use complex is being proposed for an industrial area near the New Jersey Turnpike in the small Bergen County village of Ridgefield Park.