Remember the Liberty Pedestrian Bridge? Well its architect, Jeff Jordan Architects, just won an award for the visionary project. The New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute of Architects recognized the firm with an Honor Award in the Unbuilt category.
If you’re one of the holdouts still doubting Journal Square’s revitalization, maybe this will convince you - a Starbucks is in the works for the Journal Square PATH station.
A reader sent in a tip (thanks, Matt!) that a Krispy Kreme is moving into the old PNC Bank space at 95 Christopher Columbus Drive. According to permits in the window, the space is currently being demolished to make way for the new donut shop.
Yesterday marked the grand opening for M2 at Marbella, Roseland Residential Trust's newest luxury residential building located in downtown Jersey City. Mayor Steven Fulop joined municipal and company officials to celebrate the opening of the tower.
A Village staple since 2002, Madame Claude has made a name for itself by bringing delicious French cuisine and a casual, cozy atmosphere to the neighborhood. The French cafe is now reopened in the newly revitalized, historic White Eagle Hall, restored by Ben LoPiccolo Development Group, LLC (BLDG).
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More retail establishments are opening up all throughout Jersey City. This edition of our retail roundup features a new German-inspired bar on Jersey Ave, a bike shop in Bergen-Lafayette, a coffee shop on the waterfront, and a bakery in the Heights.
The 120-year-old rail Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal at Liberty State Park is set to officially reopen today. Bob Martin, commissioner for the Department of Environmental Protection, will join state and local officials for an opening ceremony at 1pm.
The Central Avenue S.I.D. Management Corporation is pleased to announce that it is seeking creative proposals for its 2016 public art installation program. Proposed artwork will be installed on either a wall space or traffic box.
A timeline for Jersey City’s pending revaluation has been obtained by The Jersey Journal. The document received by via a public-records request outlines the steps in the revaluation process along with proposed dates for each step.