The owners of Neumann Leathers in Hoboken are now looking to expand the historic property into a 375-unit mixed-use development that includes a public indoor courtyard.
Skyline Development Group is looking to construct a 17-story high-rise with affordable housing, a community center, retail, and new green space along three acres of land in Jersey City.
The vacant home of the Bethany Brown United Methodist Church would be incorporated into a longer project that includes an affordable housing component.
A problematic Atlantic City boarding house that was once a “honeymoon hotel” during the 1940s is slated to undergo a residential conversion and vertical expansion.
Paramount Assets has full approvals in place to restore a Newark property that will expand the building by three floors and add a sizeable storefront to the stretch.
A vacant office building in the heart of Downtown Newark has kicked off its rebirth into a 110-unit mixed-use apartment complex that will sport a revamped exterior.
A Jersey City Heights development will convert and expand an existing warehouse into a residential community that includes an affordable housing component.
The next phase of work will soon begin at the sprawling five-building complex in Jersey City.
The Taurasi Group is looking to bring 123 units, a supermarket, retail, and office space to a historic building in Hoboken.
Following a lawsuit over rejected proposals to revitalize a warehouse in The Heights, the city has agreed to a deal that would adaptively reuse and expand the building.