The company that operates Jersey City Medical Center has put together a proposal that would rehabilitate a Montgomery Street building that dates to the 1920s.
A Bright Street building once used as a paint factory outlet could be replaced with a mixed-use project just a few blocks from an iconic “ghost sign” that is passed by thousands of drivers every day.
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A development that will house the city’s police and fire operations under one roof has been vertically expanded and modified a bit to include a new floor with an additional 2,000 square feet of space.
The new series uses a Victorian-style house near Lincoln Park as a backdrop for the police drama, which is slated to continue filming in the Garden State through the spring.
Jersey City's third Urby project might not be coming to fruition after all.
Earlier this week, CBRE announced the sale of a multi-family development site in Jersey City for $25.5 million.
A prominent developer is looking to bring a mixed-use rental building to a Bergen-Lafayette property.
Phase two and the tallest of the three-tower luxury rental development will bring 704 units to market this March.
A road that consists of mostly mid-rises and single-family homes is slated to get its first 223-unit high-rise as the neighborhood continues to evolve in an upward direction.
Progress Capital secured additional financing for the construction of the future mixed-use building at 136 Summit Avenue.