A Jersey City Heights building that dates to the 1800s will be undergoing an adaptive reuse into The Everton House that features a glass-heavy residential expansion.
One of the most ambitious redevelopments in the history of Downtown Newark has officially been given the green light.
A former dormitory that dates to 1918 is being adaptively reused and restored into Graduate Princeton, a 180-room hotel.
An Atlantic City pier is being repurposed into a 550,000 square foot film production studio that will include a live entertainment venue and other amenities.
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.