The Bergen-Lafayette coffee shop has been awarded a contract to operate out of the concessions area at the 17-acre green space, a spot that will be the company’s third outpost.
The city recently acquired about an acre of land next to an existing greenspace and has awarded a contract to add a temporary playground, basketball courts, and community gardens at the space.
A massive effort that will update infrastructure, build green space, and provide flood relief to vulnerable areas of Hoboken, Weehawken, and Jersey City should take about four years to build out.
Drone technology is a breakthrough at the South Mountain Reservation for the annual deer census.
A big weekend in The Heights saw officials unveiling a $2 million greenery renovation and celebrating the beginning of a $6 million project that will overhaul and expand access to a 14-acre reservoir.
A proposal looks to transform 18 acres of Downtown Jersey City property.
A legal settlement permitting the city to purchase an acre of land in exchange for allowing greater development density at properties owned by Academy Bus will be debated, along with an $8.1 million bond ordinance that would fund the deal.
Following months of debate, the city’s planning board has signed off on a modified application to bring a walkway, art plaza, seating areas, and more to a pier along the Hudson River.
Newark’s municipal government is looking to create a new group that would assist "with the maintenance and management" of Mulberry Commons, Riverfront Park, Military Park, Washington Park, and Lincoln Park.
Officials have moved forward with a plan to investigate whether a swath of Downtown land could qualify as a redevelopment area after a deal that would have paved the way for a linear park was derailed.