Newark Avenue Downtown Jersey City

Jersey City Could Severely Limit Airbnb Rentals

A few years after embracing short-term rentals, the city council is weighing an ordinance that would place heavy restrictions on them in the name of combating a housing shortage.
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372 9th Street Jersey City

In a Rare Move, Jersey City Takes Away a Developer’s Tax Break

The 15-year tax abatement for downtown development 372 9th was rescinded after Shuster Group failed to meet agreement terms.
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364 366 Palisade Avenue The Heights Jersey City

Agency Considers Eminent Domain to Obtain Building in Jersey City Heights

The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency is looking to buy a building in The Heights or obtain it through eminent domain in order to redevelop the site.
Riverfront Square Newark Development Rendering

7-Phase Redevelopment Plan Approved for Newark’s Riverfront Square

Jersey Digs obtained a copy of the agreement, which reveals new details about the major project coming to the Riverfront Stadium site.
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Newark Library Branch 34 Commerce Street

City of Newark to Sell Former Downtown Business Library Branch

The old Business Branch of the Newark Public Library on Commerce Street is being sold to a developer for $900,000.
West Side Avenue Jersey City

West Side Avenue Could Become Jersey City’s Newest Special Improvement District

The City Council is scheduled to vote on an ordinance that would use new tax revenue assessed on about 300 commercial properties to spruce up one of Jersey City’s major retail corridors.
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67429906 Newark, New Jersey, Usa Skyline On The Passaic River.

Report Calls for Newark to Establish Land Bank to Sell Off City Owned Properties

New Jersey’s largest city should create a land bank like Detroit's in order to sell public property, according to the new Newark Forward report.
Nj Recreational Marijuana Law

Latest NJ Cannabis Bill Advances, Prioritizes Jersey City, Newark Businesses

New Jersey’s legal marijuana industry could get going next year, and an advancing bill has significant benefits for four of the state’s largest cities.
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Newark Symphony Hall Broad Street Newark

City of Newark to Buy Back $61 Million in Properties Including Symphony Hall

Newark officials are looking to buy $61 million worth of property from the Essex County Improvement Authority.
Hilton Hotel Hoboken 1

Two Companies Sue Hoboken, Seeking to Void Hilton Hotel Deal

Landowners near the future hotel site have filed suit against city officials and KMS Development Partners, looking to block an agreement they claim is a “blatant quid pro quo.”

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