A development has been proposed for a neighborhood within the North Jersey city of Passaic.
A joint venture dubbed Bayview aims to transform property along Bayonne’s western waterfront into a four-building complex with new parks and 50,000 square feet of retail space including a rooftop restaurant.
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 lawsuit claims millions were spent on a Jersey City fountain renovation that had poorly drawn-up plans.
The borough is looking to block a 450-unit development via eminent domain, hoping to construct affordable housing and more on the land.
City officials are looking to bridge South Cove Commons to the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor to better connect Bayonne’s fragmented waterfront.
The plan will construct two buildings along Summit Avenue, rehabilitate a historic home, and add a new green space and playground along Storms Avenue.
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.