From the 'Cake Boss' bakery to a 1950s cheesesteak restaurant, the city of Hoboken has begun a campaign to recognize its 25 oldest businesses.
The first chunk of restoration work should start soon at the historic Willow Avenue church, which is looking to be put back to use after years of dormancy.
The city's redevelopment agency has taken a step toward restoring the Journal Square landmark into a 3,300-seat performing arts center, choosing the operator behind Newark’s Prudential Center for the job.
A new facility has opened in a historic building in Union City for residents who have lost their house or apartment in a fire.
A decade after its demolition, the site of downtown Jersey City’s once-thriving artists’ community continues to sit undeveloped.
The majestic building, built into a steep cliff, was originally constructed by a famous brewer and narrowly escaped the wrecking ball before being preserved.
Jersey City will be holding their second remote council meeting this week and two Hoboken boards are switching to a virtual format as restrictions on group gatherings remain in place.
Interior design details have been finalized for a church-to-residential conversion project, which looks to put a modern touch on historic details.
After years of debate, a spooky looking Victorian home in Matawan will be turned into apartments, with the developer promising to preserve the exterior.
The 21-story building located at 540 Broad Street in Downtown Newark will include residential units, office space, and retail stores.