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.
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.
Developer Wins, Opponents Lose, The Story of Jersey City’s First Micro-Unit Project
Why is a micro-unit project in Van Vorst moving forward despite significant community opposition?
Redevelopment Plan for Enos Jones Park Heads to Planning Board
Jersey City’s latest redevelopment plan aims to facilitate growth in scale with an existing neighborhood and help generate funds to renovate one of Downtown’s most western parks.
Controversial 328 Montgomery Renovation Heads to Jersey City Planning Board
A new restaurant opening at the property has been a headache for some neighbors, and some are concerned the process to revamp the building hasn’t been transparent.
Zoning Changes Could Bring Development to 14th Street Garden Center’s Doorstep
A developer is asking Jersey City to amend a redevelopment plan, which could pave the way for a new residential project as high as 18 stories.
A Pedestrian Plaza For Hoboken’s Hudson Place?
Hoboken’s Hudson Place may be crawling with pedestrians, but its car-first design has one activist envisioning a vehicle-free plaza for the block.