Newark Unveils New Harriet Tubman Monument
Several dignitaries including Queen Latifah were on hand to unveil the new Harriett Tubman monument in Newark, which celebrates the city's role in the Underground Railroad.
Fairmount Park Opens in Bergen-Lafayette, Jersey City
An underutilized stretch of Bergen-Lafayette, Jersey City has been transformed into Jersey City’s newest park and a further expansion is slated to break ground later this year.
Hoboken Moves Forward on 675-Unit Development at 930 Monroe Street
The Hoboken City Council approved a redevelopment agreement for a three-building complex, with 10% of units set aside as affordable housing.
Renderings Revealed for Steel Tech Redevelopment in Jersey City
Skyline Development Group is looking to construct a 17-story high-rise with affordable housing, a community center, retail, and new green space along three acres of land in Jersey City.
Jersey City to Build New One Acre Park Downtown
A concrete plaza and surface parking lot in Jersey City are slated to be converted into public green space over the coming months.
Hoboken Takes a Big Step to Acquire Union Dry Dock for New Park
A significant step has been taken to transform five acres of undeveloped land along the Hudson River waterfront in Hoboken.
Bayonne to Unveil New Refurbished Clock Tower in Fitzpatrick Park
Bells from the now-demolished St. Joseph’s Church will ring in Bayonne again, inside a restored clock tower that is set to be revealed during a ceremony this week.
Jersey City Approves Two Towers and Art Walk Near Journal Square
Two new 55 and 59-story high-rises coming to Journal Square, Jersey City will add plazas, greenery, and gallery space to a stretch near the PATH tracks.
First Phase of Jersey City’s Bayfront Heads Towards Groundbreaking
A joint venture has full approvals to build a six-story, 210-unit mixed-income development along the Hackensack River in Jersey City that will also add retail and a public waterfront walkway to the landscape.
Renderings Revealed for Two-Tower Journal Square “Art Walk” Development in Jersey City
Newly obtained images detail plazas, café space, a dog park, and an outdoor amphitheater that would be featured in a 1,189-unit Jersey City project.