Construction on a state-of-the-art homeless services facility in Jersey City has officially started.
The demolition of the 1940s era Bayonne buildings allows construction to commence on the new UPS facility at the waterfront industrial park.
The 680,000-square-foot office building is located directly across from the Grove Street PATH station entrance in downtown Jersey City.
A Newark-based company is putting the finishing touches on their latest high-rise endeavor, which will add 200 units to an evolving stretch of South Harrison Street.
South Orange has seen a couple of developments constructed near its main train station over the last decade. Now, two new mixed-use projects in the Essex County village are under construction.
Almost 1,000 apartments, several storefronts, a plaza, and a new theater for Art House Productions are slated to transform a block not far from one of the city’s PATH stations.
The properties at 233 Newark Avenue, 338 Newark Avenue, and 208 Christopher Columbus Drive have each been the site of plenty of construction over the last year.
Construction is quickly advancing on the first phase of the M Station at Morristown complex, which will include offices for Deloitte.
A building in Downtown Newark is being transformed into the region’s next Urby development.
People living in or passing through Newark’s Central Ward might notice changes coming behind the old Krueger-Scott Mansion.