The park along the Passaic River is expanding further north and will include an amphitheater and an urban beach.
The council voted 8-1 last week in favor of moving forward on the purchase or eminent domain of the waterfront property, which would be used as open space.
Jersey City may be known for its expanding skyline, but the parks within the city deserve some recognition of their own.
The first of three new parks coming to the west side of the Mile Square City will celebrate its grand opening, and construction of two other green spaces near the palisades is chugging right along.
Changes could be coming to the Dennis P. Collins Park along the Kill Van Kull.
The waterfront land behind the Colgate-Palmolive Clock has become a dirty, undeveloped eyesore, but plans for clean-up and development have been stalled by State ownership.
After years of hard work, planning, and fundraising, over $700,000 will be spent overhauling a historic but underutilized landmark in the heart of Downtown Jersey City, as the group spearheading the renovations has everything they need to move forward with the project.
Jersey City’s Riverview-Fisk Park is finally getting a new gazebo. It’s been four years since Hurricane Sandy’s winds blew the roof off the historic structure. Now, the Riverview Neighborhood Association has unveiled plans for a replacement for the destroyed gazebo.
Tucked away in an otherwise quiet residential section of The Heights, the Jersey City Reservoir is flourishing with signs of life despite being decommissioned, a relic that provides some of the best fall foliage views right in the middle of the city.
Following the success of the Big Dig tulip and daffodil bulb planting initiative, the Jersey City Parks Coalition is now setting their sites on trees, with a new program called 'City of Trees'. The goal is to plant 5,000 trees in Jersey City in 5 years. See how they plan to do it.