For the past two years, South Orange has been working with Manhattan-based urban planners at Topology to create a new master plan in hopes of transforming itself into an ideal suburb.
The prominent developer is looking to construct a high-rise including 391 units, a parking garage, and ground floor retail space inside one of the last undeveloped tracts in Newport.
Jersey City will be holding their second remote council meeting this week and two Hoboken boards are switching to a virtual format as restrictions on group gatherings remain in place.
The township’s planning board is holding two hearings this week to discuss a 14-story residential development that’s being pitched for Lincoln Harbor.
An office-heavy scheme was approved by the council last week, a move that sets a framework to negotiate an agreement to build three buildings along the NJ Transit-owned land.
A deal for cross-river transit out of a new terminal in Bayonne could gain final approvals next month.
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.
A mixed-use project consisting of two 20-story towers is moving forward in the area where Journal Square and The Heights meet.
A new co-working in the Ironbound section of Newark has been drawing companies and agencies to collaborate.
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.