Pending council approval, a hotel development deal now includes funds to renovate a post office, restore a decaying community center, and create new educational spaces for public use.
A developer’s plan to bring a mixed-use complex consisting of everything from a hotel to a rooftop pool can now proceed in Edgewater.
The reworked pact, which no longer includes a renovation of the city’s YMCA, clears the way for Hoboken’s planning board to hear the application and move the project forward.
A new development within a Bridgewater office park will include locations of Zinburger, AC Hotel by Marriott and Life Time Fitness.
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.
New renders have been revealed for the 20-story hotel, a project that will now include almost $5 million in community givebacks.
The Hoboken City Council recently approved an agreement that will house Post Office vehicles at the site in a nearby garage, a move that will clear the property for construction.
Developer Bart Blatstein recently opened extended stay apartments at the Showboat Atlantic City hotel along the Atlantic City waterfront.
Trump constructed 85 high roller suites that were rarely used and poor profits plagued the hotel from the beginning, forcing multiple bankruptcies until it closed permanently in 2014.
The 211-room hotel will include a ground floor bistro featuring a cocktail menu from the company that curated NYC’s Death & Co.