Public Housing Hoboken

HUD Awards More than $19M to Hudson County to Preserve Public Housing

HUD awarded more than $85 million to the Garden State for public housing improvements and more than $19 million will be distributed in Hudson County with Jersey City and Hoboken receiving the largest sums.
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502 Market Street Ironbound Newark

One-Story Newark Building Could be Expanded into 40-Unit Development

502 Market Street in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood has been sold. The new owner wants to construct a five-story addition to the existing building.
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State Street School Newark 3

Imperiled Newark School Holds Key to Lost Chapter in City History

The Newark-based Hanini Group has purchased the 19th century school and only time will tell if the historic structure will be preserved.
Curry Up Now 91 Washington Street Hoboken 1

Discounts on Tap During Curry Up Now’s Grand Opening in Hoboken

The first 100 guests will get some free goodies and all meals at the restaurant will be 50% off during the official kickoff on February 25.
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94 Clay Street Newark

40-Story High-Rise Proposed for Newark’s Lower Broadway Neighborhood

A project with 484 units and commercial space has been proposed for seven properties near Clay Street and McCarter Highway in Newark.
905 913 Mount Prospect Avenue Newark

Newark Zoning Board to Hear Plans for 35-Unit North Ward Project

A four-story building is being proposed for one of the northernmost properties in Newark.
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561 563 Elizabeth Avenue Newark

Daycare Center and Apartments Proposed for Newark’s South Ward

A six-story building with a daycare center and 10 apartments could be built across the street from Weequahic Park.
hahne and company building newark awards

Ani Ramen Opening Headquarters, New Restaurant in Newark

Ani Ramen is coming to Newark in a big way, signing a lease for almost 9,000 square feet of space in a prominent downtown building.
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289 293 Halsey Street Approved Newark Rendering

Five-Story Development Approved for Newark’s Halsey Street, Rendering Released

A 40-unit development application for a Downtown Newark property that Jersey Digs first reported on last week has been approved.
289 293 Halsey Street Newark

One Year After Newark Property Sells for $1.5M, Approvals Sought for 40-Unit Building

The Newark Central Planning Board is expected to hear a proposal for a five-story building along Halsey Street near the Teachers Village complex.