The location where the Whyman House on Newark Avenue in Elizabeth used to stand might become the site of a multi-family development.
A major culinary publication has finally shown New Jersey’s pizza scene the love that residents know it deserves.
The 200,000-square-foot property last sold less than two years ago.
A large mixed-use project in Elizabeth that Jersey Digs first reported on more than three years ago is still in the works, but some changes to the plans were recently approved.
Imperial House at 750 North Broad Street was sold by Landmark Companies to a private investor. Gebroe-Hammer Associates brokered the deal.
A proposed municipal ordinance in Elizabeth would ban short-term rentals that are not owner-occupied and cause other regulations to be put in place.
More than a year and a half ago, Jersey Digs broke the news of plans to bring a 300-unit complex near Elizabeth’s main train station. Now, we have learned new information about the project, including that a tax abatement has been approved.
The historic former Central Railroad of New Jersey station in Midtown Elizabeth has been used on and off as a restaurant over the years, but municipal officials say that the company leasing the building did not pay rent for several months.
A recent study of housing trends during the 2010s shows renter populations increased dramatically throughout the Garden State, especially among well-heeled residents.
A firm has secured $77.75 million in funding for Vinty, a 267-unit residential project with retail and office space across from the Elizabeth train station.