A company called Sailing for Students wants to bring a sailing school to one of Hoboken’s Hudson River piers.
Hoboken’s city council took what should be their final step towards creating a new park near the city’s southwest border last week, indicating that the end might finally be near for a project that has traveled down a long and winding road.
The charging stations would be the last ones in New Jersey passed by drivers who are heading to Midtown Manhattan on Route 495.
The annual Point-in-Time Count will be held today across the United States. Local organizations are aiming to determine just how many New Jerseyans woke up this morning without a home.
Despite some pushback, the town’s council passed a rent control law that will limit annual increases on apartment leases to 4.25% and 2.5% for seniors.
This week, developer Landsea announced the closing of a $102.3 million construction loan to fund the remaining construction on their Avora project in Weehawken.
An application says that the Township of Weehawken is looking to gain ownership of certain parcels along The Palisades "in order to ensure their preservation and the protection of those lands from future development."
One of Jersey City’s hottest neighborhoods will be getting new, stricter on-street parking regulations as the car crunch is getting even tighter in the area.
The visionaries are at it again. A new proposal has surfaced that conceptualizes a twin suspension bridge connecting New Jersey with Queens via Manhattan. Could this be the answer to our woes?
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