SRF Group, led by star listing agent Shuang "Rebecca" Fu, recently sold the remaining inventory at Shore House of the Park and Shore community in Downtown Jersey City.
Cafe Alyce recently announced the launch of their a la carte dinner menu, offering appetizers, sides, salads, and entrees that represent the diversity of Jersey City.
A vacant building in Downtown Jersey City is slated to be converted into flexible space to assist the surrounding arts community.
Two companies have been given the greenlight to bring a 28-story high-rise that includes affordable housing and retail space to Jersey City.
Skyline Development Group is looking to construct a 17-story high-rise with affordable housing, a community center, retail, and new green space along three acres of land in Jersey City.
The western end of what Jersey City hopes will be its newest park will be getting a new residential project that will replace a garage structure.
A Jersey City property not far from the Grove Street PATH station is slated to house a new lounge with speakeasy vibes named Don’t Tell Liv.
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The vacant home of the Bethany Brown United Methodist Church would be incorporated into a longer project that includes an affordable housing component.