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A Closer Look at Cranford’s Downtown Boom

The town’s philosophy on development around a train station has revitalized its downtown and helped create a middle ground between a city center and a car-driven suburban town.
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Plans Submitted for Two-Tower, 524-Unit Bergen Arch Plaza in Jersey City

A mixed-use project consisting of two 20-story towers is moving forward in the area where Journal Square and The Heights meet.
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New Co-Working Space Draws Companies to Ironbound Section of Newark

A new co-working in the Ironbound section of Newark has been drawing companies and agencies to collaborate.
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Another Hearing Set for 18-Story Development in Weehawken

The planning board will be taking additional testimony later this month on the 344-unit project, which has several hurdles to clear before moving forward.
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Hoboken is Likely Getting a Proper Brewery

A developer has requested amendments to an old redevelopment plan that would allow a brewery to open inside their newly constructed building.
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Could the Newark National Guard Armory be Demolished?

The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is studying the feasibility of tearing down the armory in Newark’s Roseville neighborhood.
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Old History Revealed as New Hudson County Courthouse Moves Forward in Jersey City

Demolition work is underway on several Journal Square lots that will eventually host a new courthouse, and a ghost sign from the past was uncovered before being demolished.
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Jersey City Considering Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Expansion

Mayor Fulop announced that a car-free zone along a major Jersey City hub could be expanded farther west, adding additional amenities.
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Lawsuit Seeks to Toss Jersey City’s Demolition Moratorium

Four property owners have sued the city over an executive order that placed a six-month freeze on accepting permit applications to tear down 1-4 family homes.
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New JSQ Community Association Weighs in on Redevelopment Plan Changes

A community association in one of Jersey City’s hottest neighborhoods wants to see affordable housing and open space made a bigger priority.

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