A Bayonne development that is adding 625 units and 10,000 square feet of retail space in three stages is moving forward with its second leg.
A fresh plan for the vacant property includes 511 apartments spread out over two buildings connected by a breezeway that would overlook a new pedestrian plaza and retail.
A facility taking up 93,600 square feet could be constructed near the I-195/Yardville Hamilton Square Road interchange in suburban Mercer County.
A high-rise with apartments, commercial space, and retail space could be coming to Summit Avenue should a new application be approved this week.
A developer is planning a new building with three dozen units across from the Grand27 building in North Bergen.
Planning is underway to build a mixed-use project that includes retail space at an irregularly shaped lot currently home to a neighborhood sports bar.
A two-building development that includes affordable housing has been green-lit for a property that overlooks Berry Lane Park.
A four-story building near Downtown Newark’s Teachers Village could be adaptively reused and expanded into a six-story development.
A building in the middle of a neighborhood that is known for its industrial heritage is going to be converted into residential use.
In May, Bayonne’s planning board approved a new development project at 172 Avenue F. Now the developer behind it has listed the fully approved project is for sale. The turnkey development site comes with plans for a six-story, 18-unit residential building at the corner of Avenue F and East 24th Street.