The city and Friends of the Loew’s have agreed on a Request for Proposals that would restore the facility through a $40 million revitalization, making room for both national concerts and community events at the iconic building.
Jersey City could soon approve an ambitious project that now consists of theater spaces, multiple retail storefronts, and two 11-story apartment towers that include affordable units.
The network is planning to film at a Jersey City storefront as part of an upcoming series.
The OMA/AEA team are set to design Jersey City’s largest arts & culture center in Journal Square.
Told through a compilation of stories, poems, songs, and narratives, the show sets out to invoke a hard discussion about who and what “America” really is.
A lawsuit has emerged over plans to redevelop the popular and often romanticized dive bar, pitting local developer The L Group against the property’s owner.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency has reached a deal to purchase the property, which officials want to open an art museum in.
As baseball’s pennant races heat up, take a closer look at two New Jersey historical sites: Hoboken's Elysian Fields and Jersey City's Roosevelt Stadium, that both helped shape America’s pastime.
White Eagle Hall has hired a seasoned NYC talent buyer who has already secured a solid line-up this summer and fall, including New Found Glory.
Art House Productions’ building at 136 Magnolia Avenue has been fenced off for a while now and will be torn down, but concerned Journal Square residents can rest assured--AHP will relocate to Cast Iron Lofts.