The first phase of an endeavor that will revitalize several Downtown Jersey City properties celebrated its opening.
The second tower of a 1,000-unit Jersey City development is transforming the former Emerson Radio Factory into a mixed-use complex.
Newark will soon hear a proposal to convert the former headquarters of IDT into a residential complex that will add four new 40-story buildings across the street.
Jersey City is looking to partner with a firm to draw up a plan for Bergen Arches, a publicly accessible greenway trail and transit right-of-way along an underground series of tunnels.
A new design firm has been brought on board to work on the adaptive re-use project, which will convert a 140-year-old Jersey City church into residences and retail space.
Vreeland Projects has been given the green light to revitalize and significantly expand a warehouse into a development that will take up an entire Jersey City block.
Vreeland Projects will be presenting their plans to revitalize an acre of land near NJCU’s campus that will restore an old Jersey City warehouse and build a six-story addition along a city block.
The team behind an Italian eatery in The Heights appears to have another Jersey City neighborhood on the brain and are making moves to bring a new restaurant to a development currently under construction.
A major Jersey City project that includes a marketplace, recreation center, and several community-minded components can now move forward at a former industrial site in Bergen-Lafayette.
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.