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.
The Hoboken City Council approved a redevelopment agreement for a three-building complex, with 10% of units set aside as affordable housing.
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.
A concrete plaza and surface parking lot in Jersey City are slated to be converted into public green space over the coming months.
A significant step has been taken to transform five acres of undeveloped land along the Hudson River waterfront in Hoboken.
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.
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.
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.
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.
An effort to add an acre of new green space to one of Hoboken’s growing neighborhoods is slated to take a step forward early next month.