The historic facility in Jersey City will be closed for several years.
Hoboken is set to welcome another public art project that should emerge in the coming days.
A historic Newark home that is part of the city’s main museum could be restored to its original appearance.
New renderings illustrate some of the murals and other art installations that are planned around Newark’s downtown.
A law firm in Paris could receive thousands of dollars from a Jersey City agency.
The Immigrants Memorial Monument by sculptor Camilo Satiro is in the Ironbound at the corner of Ferry Street and Edison Place.
The new museum is slated to open in 2024.
A city-owned building along Washington Street could be getting a $2 million facelift.
The city's redevelopment agency has taken a step toward restoring the Journal Square landmark into a 3,300-seat performing arts center, choosing the operator behind Newark’s Prudential Center for the job.
The owner of an old garage on Bright Street wants to convert the building into the “Bright St. Studios.”