Façade installation has begun at a 32-story tower, which is just outside Liberty State Park and will add 392 apartments and two large storefronts to the neighborhood.
The city’s largest hospital will be adding over 60,000-square feet of space to its emergency room and is looking to implement various floodproofing measures at their campus.
A multitude of projects along a four-block stretch will add 1,407 residential units, almost 11,000 square feet of retail, college dormitories, and two theater spaces to the most rapidly transforming stretch of the Garden State.
A project that’s stirred some controversy will see the existing Fulton Street Park demolished in favor of new green space along nearby Martin Luther King Jr. Drive that will feature a canopied stage, playgrounds, and more.
Many of the city’s largest towers and biggest developments are still active worksites due to carve-outs in Governor Murphy’s orders halting non-essential construction.
The vertical expansion of a century-old industrial building is underway as it is being repurposed into 68 condominiums and ground floor retail space.
The six-story project will add 43 apartments and a large restaurant space along Jackson Street in Hoboken.
A new façade has started going up as Mack-Cali’s $75 million revamp continues to transform its waterfront property into a 24/7 destination.
A 44-story tower near one of Downtown’s light rail stations will add significant retail space and 452 new rentals in a high-rise that sports unobstructed views of the Statue of Liberty.
Slated for completion by spring 2020, the meticulous restoration and conversion of Downtown Jersey City's historic Scotch Presbyterian Church is truly taking shape.