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 local dessert company that had a long road getting their brick and mortar headquarters up and running saw their perseverance rewarded as they served their first sweets out of their renovated storefront over the weekend.
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.
Unit 806 is a luxury two-bed, two-bath residence in the heart of Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District with high-end finishes and private outdoor space.
Unit 710 is a spacious one-bedroom, boasting a bonus room and a sunny eastern exposure in a DTJC premier luxury building.
As construction to reconfigure several roadways near the $345 million development is set to wrap, the county has launched a website to keep the public informed as the four-phased plan progresses.
The Hudson County Schools of Technology could spend $7 million to acquire 180 9th Street from the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency. The property is currently home to Explore Middle School.
A parcel of almost 3.5 acres will soon be home to a public dog run, deck bar, chaise lounges, and more, but a significant portion of the upcoming green space will be private.
A plan is in the works to replace three side-by-side rowhouses with a new four-story structure in The Village section of Downtown.
Ownership behind Dorrian’s Red Hand is set to take over the Newark Avenue space that formerly housed an art-forward restaurant that closed after 17 years.