For all of its history, Jersey City has been a conduit for transport between NYC and the rest of the country. Over time, the logistics of transportation has changed leaving artifacts of a bygone era all over the city. Now the long forgotten Bergen Arches are the subject of a proposed community-based redevelopment project led by local residents and activists.
A condo listing has hit the market at the highly sought after Bank Building at 83 Montgomery Street. This spectacular home is the perfect mix of historic charm and modern convenience. Let's take a look!
C+C Architecture and Point Capital Development are at it again. This time at 280 Newark Ave where they're planning a high-end boutique condo building. Check out all the renderings of the new project.
This impeccable Hoboken jewel was thoughtfully designed by award winning local architect John Nastasi of Nastasi Architects. Unique and singular, this custom architectural masterpiece channels the design principles of Frank Lloyd Wright. Let's take a look inside this truly spectacular home.
We’ve reached the air sealing phase of our passive house series. Air sealing is the step in the process that most significantly sets Passive House apart from standard construction. Take an inside look at the steps required to ensure the home is air tight.
Surrounded by the omnipresent sound of construction equipment, the H & M Powerhouse stands tall as a relic of Jersey City’s industrial age longing for reinvigoration. But while the city and a redeveloper have taken some steps towards reviving the landmark, its future still seems unclear.
Surrounded by brick rowhouses, brownstones, and Queen Anne style apartment buildings, the Friendship Masonic Lodge at 78 Summit Avenue in Bergen Hill is undergoing a remarkable transformation that will bring it back to life.
Newark may be getting a new residential project that’s built entirely out of shipping containers. Spearheaded by development partners Cor10 Concepts and Community Asset Preservation Corporation as well as C+C Architecture, the new project hopes to promote home ownership and rebuild distressed communities.
During a stroll through Hamilton Park’s tree-lined blocks of brownstones and row houses, one long brick building with the words “Wells Fargo” on the front stands out. But instead of bank tellers, ATMs and the hustle and bustle of a banking branch, the century-old building once housed key components to the early days of cross-country mail delivery.
BGT Enterprises just got approval to build a new, 59 unit condo project at 387 8th Street on what’s currently known as the Amcare...