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.
A large complex with 115 townhomes, 220 apartments, a hotel, and a restaurant could be built next to exit 36 on Interstate 78.
An eight-story facility along Morris Pesin Drive would include multiple restaurants, two ballrooms, and outdoor terraces sporting views of New York Harbor.
The company is looking to bring a 14-story development to several parcels near the Jersey City border, which would be the first hotel built away from the Mile Square City’s waterfront.
A hotel with 198 rooms is set to be constructed near Route 495 and Tonnelle Avenue in North Bergen.
A new hotel with over 70 rooms could be built near the Secaucus Junction train station.
A former real estate office at 15 Nardone Place could be replaced with a 13-story lodging and residential development, which will be presented during a meeting tomorrow night.
The same two landowners that derailed the first Hilton agreement have sued the city again, this time claiming a giveback payment from the hotel’s developer “amounts to a slush fund.”
Developer Bart Blatstein recently opened extended stay apartments at the Showboat Atlantic City hotel along the Atlantic City waterfront.