A new building with a mixture of market rate and “affordable” units could be built in the Valley neighborhood.
Prato Bakery may have shuffled along to 4th Street, but their former home will soon be occupied by another baked goods shop.
The company working with NJ Transit on a controversial plan to transform part of the Hoboken Terminal property has launched a new website and social media pages.
After years of failed efforts to revitalize an abandoned firehouse in The Heights, Pronti Construction is hoping their newest plan can gain approvals needed to bring the building back to life.
Saturday, July 21, at Hudson Exchange West in Downtown Jersey City, Green Villain will host a Block Party complete with live painting, music, and food.
This well maintained one bedroom apartment in Journal Square offers a generous floorplan, modern updates, and plenty of light.
A building in the middle of a neighborhood that is known for its industrial heritage is going to be converted into residential use.
Here’s your chance to claim a prominent piece of Bayonne history - a stately former bank building at 736 Broadway has recently hit the market.
For this newly established Hudson County affiliate of the national nonprofit, hospitality is key in helping homeless families find stable housing.
A corner on Washington Street is about to get a little sweeter, as a Jersey City bakery will be adding a new location soon.
Fields Development Group is set to deliver 153 new luxury residences to the Paulus Hook neighborhood.
This Trenton home comes complete with a ventilated cigar room.
Asbury Ocean Club, a hotel and condominium project, is coming to the beachfront of Asbury Park.
A few added units and some exterior changes are set for the second leg of a Downtown Jersey City condominium development.
In their request to have the project’s deadline extended into late September, the company managing Hoboken’s much-delayed street revamp says they will likely need an additional five months to finish the job.