Three adjacent properties near the Garden State Parkway in Essex County could become the site of a development with close to three dozen units. The East Orange Planning Board is scheduled to hear this application on Wednesday, January 13.
In the early 20th century, Trollies, trains, horses, bikes, and cars all scrambled on lawless roads. Deaths and injuries were commonplace. To help the situation, the Lackawanna Railroad eliminated 19 deadly grade crossings in Orange and East Orange. The yearlong project, which began in 1922, will soon mark a centennial.
The old home of Jamas Children's University on Washington Street in East Orange is where a project with nearly five dozen residential units is being proposed.
A developer is planning to bring dozens of residential units to two properties that were previously owned by East Orange’s municipal government.
In the next decade, thousands of new residences in Newark and Jersey City will vie for space with existing landmarks. A new class of social media influencers is hoping they can help salvage this history through stunning imagery.
A developer filed an application with the City of East Orange that could cause an office building near Brick Church Station to be converted into a residential development.
Two developers are teaming up to overhaul a prominent housing complex that will preserve 406 units of affordable housing for the next few decades.
The next phase of the Indigo 141 project has been approved and could bring 70 additional units near 141 South Harrison Street.
A large undeveloped property located near the Brick Church Station in East Orange was previously supposed to become home to a 17-story tower, but the plans never came to fruition. Now, officials will soon prepare guidelines for redeveloping the site.
The municipal government of East Orange wants "statements of qualifications and performance data from developers" interested in several properties by the East Orange rail station, including the station building itself.