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.
A two-story building at 648 Montgomery Street in Jersey City is the subject of an adaptive reuse and expansion application.
A proposal to bring hundreds of apartments to a nearly 11-acre site in Hightstown also calls for the adaptive reuse of the Bank Street Brick Mill and neighboring Bank Street Concrete Mill.
A developer filed an application with the City of East Orange that could cause an office building near Brick Church Station to be converted into a residential development.
An existing building at 73 Academy Street in Downtown Newark could undergo an adaptive reuse and expansion project that would involve the development of eight new residential units.
A building on Irving Street in Jersey City that is used for warehousing and commercial purposes could be converted into a 13-unit development.
The vacant South Junior High School in Bloomfield is the subject of a plan calling for renovating and expanding the building in order to create 122 residential units, art studio space, and more.
The Town of West New York sold the old Hudson Hall Community Center building for more than $2 million to a developer. Now, the new 35-unit development that has been created at the site could receive a five-year tax exemption.
The old Gethsemane Baptist Church in Bergen-Lafayette is the subject of a proposal that calls for turning the building into a residential development.
After plans to turn a building in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood into a shelter for veterans experiencing homelessness were denied, a developer is seeking to bring nine apartments to the building.