Jersey City’s Affordable Housing Crisis: Close Loopholes for Developers, Protect the Public Interest
Jersey City's inclusionary zoning ordinance is a weak piece of legislation, seemingly selling out the public in favor of developer relationships and profits.
Last night, Jersey City's Redevelopment Agency greenlit a settlement that ends years of litigation with Kushner Companies and advances a long-stalled high-rise forward.
The owner of 37 Storms Avenue could receive approval this week for a residential development with roughly a dozen units.
Unit 212 at Clermont Cove is a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo, totaling 1,775 square feet with a private terrace and valet parking in the heart of Paulus Hook.
The owners of a warehouse in The Heights have filed a lawsuit seeking a new hearing from the zoning board, who denied their adaptive reuse application for a 75-unit project.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency is scheduled to hear plans tonight that call for 860 residential units, office space. retail space, and charter school space on the West Side.
Liberty Science Center has raised over $21 million towards an ambitious plan to bring research space, housing, a K-12 science school, parks, and more to 14 acres of land just outside of Liberty State Park.
Work to revamp two floors of a Downtown office building into the grocer’s second Hudson county outpost is underway, but a few components still need to be implemented before the market can open its doors.
Curated teas, pastries and light fare are being served on weekends at a pop-up space tucked inside a Downtown cocktail bar.
Unit 1105 is a one-bed, one-bath condo, totaling 840 square feet with a private balcony in one of Jersey City's most coveted full-service buildings. Don't miss this weekend's Open House on Sunday, October 18, from 1-3 p.m.