Two development firms have filed plans to build a 53-unit and a 48-unit building in Guttenberg.
6809 Palisade Avenue has just 10 one-bedroom apartments for rent starting October 1.
HUD awarded more than $85 million to the Garden State for public housing improvements and more than $19 million will be distributed in Hudson County with Jersey City and Hoboken receiving the largest sums.
A proposed seven-story building could bring dozens of units to Guttenberg in Hudson County.
A new complex is planned for a property between Broadway and Hudson Avenue in Guttenberg.
North Bergen is not the only Hudson County municipality looking to expand tax exemptions for developers. Guttenberg wants to once again reduce the size that a project would need to be in order to qualify for a five-year exemption.
If you’re a renter who's been sticker-shocked from escalating rents in Jersey City or Hoboken, how about looking a bit north in Guttenberg, a city just north of the Lincoln Tunnel that offers a significant value compared to its more southern neighbors, without losing those coveted urban amenities.
A developer is proposing a building that could rise nine stories over the corner of Adams and 70th Street in Guttenberg and bring more than 150 residential units along with an embroidery museum to the Hudson County town.
The densely populated town’s latest building is planned for 6809-11 Palisade Avenue.
The expansion will double the number of bicycles the program has available throughout Hudson County, adding 36 new stations for users to pick up a ride.
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