Jersey Digs has learned that a bike share program is expected to launch later this month at two parks in the Princeton area.
A three-building plan that first emerged last year has upped the unit count significantly but added a $10 million green space to the proposal.
The planning board denied an application that would have built several public amenities on a Newport pier but also set aside a large section exclusively for tenants of their properties.
A public hearing tonight will focus on a possible deal in Edgewater that would allow for a private community to lease docks along the Hudson River in exchange for providing property to be used as a public pedestrian walkway.
A project that’s stirred some controversy will see the existing Fulton Street Park demolished in favor of new green space along nearby Martin Luther King Jr. Drive that will feature a canopied stage, playgrounds, and more.
A 15-acre stretch of land running along the Passaic River in Newark is about to get a major upgrade. Last month, the City of Newark selected James Corner Field Operations as the lead designer and landscape architect for expansion of Riverfront Park.
A new residential project from a local developer just won approvals to increase its unit count and gross floor area.
Hoboken just took a big step towards acquiring a parking lot that they wish to convert into open space.
A contract will be awarded later this winter to install infrastructure for the initial phase of the 8,000+ unit project and Jersey Digs has learned additional specifics about amenities, parks, schools, and transit to be included in the development.
A one-acre green space that was constructed as part of the 485 Marin Boulevard project is officially open to the public.