In May, Jersey Digs first reported on plans to bring a development with 295 units to 49 Fisk Street on Jersey City’s West Side. Now, a six-story project with 43 additional units is being proposed for the site.
The City Council will soon move forward with legislation that will add a new tax on homeowners that could generate over $1 million in annual revenue to support cultural activities.
A building on Newark Avenue could be replaced with a new development that would include nine residential units and a restaurant.
Could another development come to Journal Square? A developer from South Plainfield wants to bring a 19-unit project to Jones Street in Jersey City.
Unit 210 at The Oakman is a 1,168-square-foot two bedroom with two full baths, a private outdoor terrace, totaling 773 square feet, and 16 years remaining on its tax abatement.
An artisanal market and catering space on Monticello Avenue will be offering a “build your own cookie sandwich” event on their cozy patio starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday.
The company has officially submitted new plans for the 1,723-unit mixed-use project, which has been redesigned and will be built in two phases near the neighborhood’s PATH station.
235 Montgomery Street features a two-bed, two-bath duplex and a two-bed, one-bath unit, plus an outdoor deck and fenced backyard in the heart of Downtown.
Unit 1004 at The Oakman is a two-bedroom with two full baths, totaling 1,120 square feet, and 16 years remaining on its tax abatement.
The Washington, D.C.-based pizza chain that envisions themselves as "pizza's future" has opened in Jersey City.