Developers can now move forward with plans to bring a sizable new project to the old Jewish Vocational Service of MetroWest New Jersey site in East Orange.
A company called Journal Square Estates, LLC is seeking to build a project with 373 residential units in two phases near where John F. Kennedy Boulevard crosses Route 139 in Jersey City.
A house and a garage on Bergen Avenue in Jersey City’s Greenville section might be replaced with a five-story apartment building.
A two-year renovation at a prominent building along the Jersey City waterfront is finally coming together.
Nearly five years ago, a building with two dozen units was proposed for a site on West Runyon Street in Newark, but the project has not come to fruition. Now, a development with even more units is being proposed there.
Several big names in real estate development are scheduled to speak alongside Governor Murphy and a slew of local officials at this year’s virtual conference.
The former School of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Bayonne might be converted into residential units.
A former industrial building down the street from the Great Falls in Paterson could be converted into a residential and retail development.
A Paramus-based company is proposing a five-story building in North Bergen.
A Clark property that has sat vacant since a supermarket closed 15 years ago might become the site of a 75-unit development.