Initial Plans Revealed for 286-298 Coles Street

The Soho West area of Jersey City is showing no signs of slowing down. The Cast Iron Lofts phase one is complete with phase...

State to Jersey City: Revaluate Your Properties by 2017

For the first time in 40 years, the New Jersey Department of the Treasury issued orders yesterday against three municipalities, including Jersey City, aiming...

Tree Pits Coming to Newark Ave Pedestrian Mall

First it was an experiment. Then it became semi-permanent. Now it’s here to stay. The city is working on landscape designs for the Newark...

70 Columbus Leasing At a Record Pace

70 Columbus has leased over 60% of their 545 rental units after only 4 months. Tenants are coming from both sides of the Hudson...

Ceremony Marks First 80/20 Affordable Housing Project in 3 Decades

Yesterday, Mayor Fulop and Forest City held a "Foundations of Progress" ceremony to kick off construction on the first 80/20 affordable housing project in...

Planning Board Votes “No” to LeFrak: Parking Ratios Remain at Hamilton Park’s Revetment Building

After four hours of public comment, the Jersey City Planning board voted down a proposal by Newport Associate’s to lower the parking ratio at...
156-166 Brunswick

GothamWest Presents Proposal for 156-166 Brunswick Street

As first reported by Jersey City Upfront, GothamWest has presented a proposal for a new project at 156-166 Brunswick Street in the Village. Designed...

Downtown Jersey City Condo Prices are Rising Quickly. Why?

Not so long ago the global financial crisis hit Jersey City hard. The mid-2000’s brought a development boom much like the one we’re seeing...

The Many Obstacles of ‘Liberty Rising’

A casino project that could transform the area just outside of Liberty State Park’s southern border took a small step forward this week, but...

Part II: Jersey City’s First Certified Passive House

This is the second part of our series covering the construction of Jersey City’s first certified passive house. You can read Part One here.  This...