Two Bergen-Lafayette, Jersey City, churches are each being adaptively reused and will bring more residential units 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.
Several blocks near the Grove Street PATH station are close to being fully revamped into a carless stretch with fresh pavers, infrastructure improvements, and new public spaces.
With so much development underway in Jersey City, it's hard to keep track of it all. In our new Construction Updates series, we'll visit all the new projects to bring you updates on the progress of each.
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.
The 12-story development at 1000 Maxwell Lane is slated to deliver 110,800 square feet of speculative office space, street-level retail, and five stories of condominiums.
A South Orange community center has become a construction site, with crews working to transform a complex that partially dates back to the end of the 19th century.
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 rise of a 19-story tower symbolizes the next phase of development around Journal Square, Jersey City.
With so much development underway in Jersey City, it’s hard to keep track of it all. Our Construction Updates series will keep you up-to-date on the progress of each. This week, we visit Marin Residences, 75 Park Lane South, and Ellipse.