While a few of New Jersey’s cities are going through a development boom not seen in decades, the guts of the Garden State have always been in its small towns. See which zip codes are the most expensive and which city racked up the most total property sales last year.
Plans are underway to create a statewide greenway connecting Jersey City with Phillipsburg along the former Morris Canal route. The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority recently put out a request for proposals for consultant assistance to support development of the project.
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Today and next Tuesday, the Port Authority will convene to get feedback about and discuss their largest ever $32.2 billion proposed 2017-2026 Capital Plan. One topic up for discussion is the proposed PATH extension to Newark Airport.
The combination of transit-oriented development and increasing demand for walkable downtowns has created a perfect storm. One developer, JMF Properties, is positioned right at the intersection of these twin trends. Their new communities combine commuter convenience with the ability for residents to live, work, and play in the same neighborhoods.
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, a new flood report disappears large swaths of New Jersey unless major steps are taken soon. For those ready for another heated election, meet the candidates for New Jersey's 2017 Gubernatorial race.
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, New Jersey votes to take over Atlantic City, Bayonne Man Gets 15 months in Bribery Case, a new Farm-to-Terminal Restaurant at Newark Airport, more.
New Jersey's rail infrastructure needs some help. I say this with cautious optimism, but it looks like the powers that be may be realizing that too. In the coming weeks, the Federal Railroad Administration and New Jersey Transit will be holding two open house informational meetings on the proposed Hudson River rail tunnels.
Voters in New Jersey spoke yesterday, overwhelmingly rejecting the expansion of gaming outside of Atlantic City. Ultimately, stalling any plans for a casino in Jersey City.