Plans that would have approved a new nine-story mixed-use building in Bergen Hill were tabled by the Planning Board at last week’s meeting, but the battle for what replaces a vacant medical facility might continue to wage on in the coming months.
The question of why the Loew's Journal Square has been unable to undergo a Kings Theater (Brooklyn) style full renovation under the Fulop administration (or prior administrations) and become a cultural destination with more jobs and year-round programming, is a complex one. We caught up with Friends of Loew's to get the scoop.
A Village staple since 2002, Madame Claude has made a name for itself by bringing delicious French cuisine and a casual, cozy atmosphere to the neighborhood. The French cafe is now reopened in the newly revitalized, historic White Eagle Hall, restored by Ben LoPiccolo Development Group, LLC (BLDG).
The 120-year-old rail Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal at Liberty State Park is set to officially reopen today. Bob Martin, commissioner for the Department of Environmental Protection, will join state and local officials for an opening ceremony at 1pm.
The former New Jersey Bell Headquarters in Newark, designed by famed architect, Ralph Walker, is slated for a historic restoration.
This Thursday the Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy is holding their annual Preservation Awards Ceremony where they honor local companies and individuals for their role in historic preservation.