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.
A developer has requested amendments to an old redevelopment plan that would allow a brewery to open inside their newly constructed building.
The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is studying the feasibility of tearing down the armory in Newark’s Roseville neighborhood.
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.
Mayor Fulop announced that a car-free zone along a major Jersey City hub could be expanded farther west, adding additional amenities.
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.