A two-story building at 648 Montgomery Street in Jersey City is the subject of an adaptive reuse and expansion application.
The old home of La Mexicana along Route 440 in Jersey City near Society Hill could become the site of an eight-story development.
The City of Newark is considering a 30-year tax abatement for a proposed age-restricted development in the East Ward.
An 11-story facility that will rise on the corner of Kearney Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard will further consolidate the city’s government into the Jackson Square complex.
More than 40 “family rental affordable apartment units” would be included in the project, which is being proposed for a site near an office park between Princeton and Trenton.
A developer is planning to bring dozens of residential units to two properties that were previously owned by East Orange’s municipal government.
A new development project could bring close to a hundred units near the Bergenline Avenue corridor.
Three houses on Whiton Street in Bergen-Lafayette could be replaced with an eight-story development.
Echevarria Industries is planning the 133-unit “E Residences on the Hudson” project in West New York.
The company seeking to bring a 299-unit mixed-use development to a large vacant tract in Newark’s Lower Broadway neighborhood is seeking amended approvals.