Jersey City, Mayor Fulop, and health officials announced today efforts to help the city's vulnerable homeless population.
Jersey City's third Urby project might not be coming to fruition after all.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency announces plans that aim to protect landlords and tenants during the COVID-19 crisis.
As the nation braces for a “dark winter” of coronavirus, we look back on how New Jersey managed epidemics over the last century.
Our mega-thread of updates regarding the coronavirus crises, what's happening in New Jersey, and how it's impacting the real estate market.
The owners are now partnering with Newark-based developer Hanini Group to bring a five-story residential building to the property.
The city will soon start accepting applications for an emergency rental assistance initiative to be run via a lottery system.
New Jersey is releasing over 1,000 low-risk inmates from its jails to protect them from coronavirus.
The City of Newark is leasing 325 rooms at a Holiday Inn near the airport “in order to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the homeless, senior population and any other vulnerable population.”
"I couldn’t believe what I was seeing," said the whistleblower, who found bills totaling tens of thousands of dollars, including an unpaid bill from PSE&G for $35,000.
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