The Archdiocese is working with a developer on a plan to adaptively reuse their church, school, and priory.
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.
Jersey Digs reported in October that the old Capital One bank site at 201 Newark Avenue in Jersey City had been sold for more than $5 million. Now, we’ve learned that a 100-room hotel called “The Albion” and a restaurant could come to the premises.
The owner of an old garage on Bright Street wants to convert the building into the “Bright St. Studios.”
The old Scotti's Record Shop building at the corner of South and DeHart Streets near the Morristown Green could be expanded into a mixed-use development.
A developer is proposing a five-story project with residential, office, and restaurant space at 881 Mount Prospect Avenue in Newark.
Blue Onyx Companies is plotting to convert seven old mill buildings into a vibrant mixed-use environment that will create a riverfront walkway that better connects the neighborhood to Great Falls National Park.
L+M Development Partners has announced that a high-rise currently under renovation will be under the umbrella of Urby, a living concept with locations in Jersey City and Harrison that plans to expand across the country.
The American Building podcast series debuts this Tuesday with guest Matthias Hollwich, the architect behind Jersey City’s new Journal Squared tower. Next week will feature Samer Hanini, founder of Hanini Group, followed by Jon Pickard and Martin Ditto.
The project, which is adaptively reusing an old Wonder Bread factory into 83 condominiums and retail space, looks to deliver their first homes during the middle of 2021.