The dramatic event has already raised big money for a local organization and will create ten acres of vacant land that front the city’s iconic boardwalk.
The city has filed a lawsuit over a long-stalled hotel venture that claims the company behind the endeavor has gone bankrupt and defaulted on a redevelopment agreement.
Jersey Digs reported in October that the old Capital One bank site at 201 Newark Avenue in Jersey City had been sold for more than $5 million. Now, we’ve learned that a 100-room hotel called “The Albion” and a restaurant could come to the premises.
Jersey City’s planning board has greenlit a scheme to transform almost two acres of land into an eight-story event and lodging facility that includes 123 guest rooms.
The 211-room hotel, which sports a bistro and bar with an outdoor terrace on the second floor, held a ceremony earlier this month to officially mark their arrival in the Powerhouse Arts District.
The shuttered casino will be imploded early next year and the cleanup of the 10-acre waterfront site is slated to wrap up by June 2021.
The 211-room hotel will include a ground floor bistro featuring a cocktail menu from the company that curated NYC’s Death & Co.
A proposal that would transform almost two acres along the city’s western fringe includes 17 units for homeless veterans and $3 million towards the construction of a community center and pool that the city currently lacks.
This is one dream that might not come true. The developer of the Dream Tower on Newark Avenue in Jersey City told the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency that proceeding with the proposed project is no longer feasible because of the coronavirus.
A developer is seeking approval for a five-story hotel that could be built at the corner of Academy Street and Tuers Avenue in Jersey City.