An area developer has founded a new firm with plans for residential projects near the North Bergen waterfront and Bergen-Lafayette, Jersey City.
The Jersey City-based real estate brokerage Sawyer Smith Residential is opening a second office this summer, expanding its presence in Hudson County with a completely updated space in Hoboken.
The lawsuit claims millions were spent on a Jersey City fountain renovation that had poorly drawn-up plans.
Two state senators have introduced a bill that would cap the height of all new developments east of Palisade Avenue at 10 feet below the cliff line, which would have a dramatic impact on certain neighborhoods.
These hard-working nonprofit organizations share a common theme: a goal of ending homelessness in Hudson County.
Jersey City restaurants and volunteers organized as fast as you can say bon appetit to feed the community’s seniors affected by Coronavirus social distancing.
A new company could soon operate a number of local bus lines in Hudson County.
HUD awarded more than $85 million to the Garden State for public housing improvements and more than $19 million will be distributed in Hudson County with Jersey City and Hoboken receiving the largest sums.
The decision to extend an agreement with a controversial Federal agency that houses undocumented immigrants at a county jail has churned up a lot of emotions between activists and local officials.
The request for proposals (RFP) for the “Hudson County Ferry Service Expansion Assessment” was made public at the end of last week.
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