Longtime residents take aim at the media's increasing desire to say Newark is experiencing a renaissance. It's more complicated than that.
A recent Strong Towns article warns that Jersey City needs to focus on arts and culture as much as new development for fear of losing the artists and organizations it has left.
In its bid to restart construction at The Revetment House, representatives from Newport Associates presented a revised site plan last Wednesday to the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association (HPNA), the group that successfully convinced the Jersey City planning board to deny LeFrak’s request to lower their parking ratio.
As Jersey City seeks to become the largest city in NJ, many residents are paying closer attention to the direct impact any new development...