Mayor Fulop attended the groundbreaking for the residential development last week and ceremoniously tipped a shovel in alongside developer Namdar Group.
A building in Downtown Newark is being transformed into the region’s next Urby development.
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.
Slated for completion by spring 2020, the meticulous restoration and conversion of Downtown Jersey City's historic Scotch Presbyterian Church is truly taking shape.
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.
Construction on the ambitious project's second, and tallest, tower is officially underway and expected to be ready for occupancy in 2020.
The six-story project will add 43 apartments and a large restaurant space along Jackson Street in Hoboken.
The 680,000-square-foot office building is located directly across from the Grove Street PATH station entrance in downtown Jersey City.
The new residential building will feature Manhattan views and an array of resident amenities.
In their request to have the project’s deadline extended into late September, the company managing Hoboken’s much-delayed street revamp says they will likely need an additional five months to finish the job.