Work to clean up and open over 240 acres of Liberty State Park’s interior will begin later this year - learn more about the revamped plans here.
Jersey City’s planning board has greenlit a scheme to transform almost two acres of land into an eight-story event and lodging facility that includes 123 guest rooms.
Officials are looking for feedback regarding a massive undertaking that will open an additional 234 acres of greenery to the public.
An eight-story facility along Morris Pesin Drive would include multiple restaurants, two ballrooms, and outdoor terraces sporting views of New York Harbor.
Liberty State Park, accessible by car, bike, and light rail, offers nature walks and history talks for adults and children for each season, including their recent fall leaves walk.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority will break ground this month on a $10 million project that will build a new vehicular access road from Downtown into Liberty State Park.
A new proposal would build a large racetrack, cricket stadium, and more on land that’s sandwiched between the park and I-78.
Liberty State Park’s Nature Interpretive Center was flooded during Superstorm Sandy. Now, the State of New Jersey is beginning the process of reopening the facility.
Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood could get its first hotel.
A $40 million project that’s been planned for over a decade will reestablish greenery in the park’s interior, adding pathways, bridges, and other amenities to the landscape.
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