A number of nitpicky rules took effect last month that restrict the way New Jersey breweries can run their business, stifling one of the state’s fastest-growing industries.
NY Waterway is set to resume service out of the dormant facility next month, but Jersey City will be taking over the terminal next year after finalizing a deal to buy the property.
The Jersey City mega project, which includes a new public plaza, will feature two 64-story towers and has already reached a retail deal to bring a Target to the ground floor.
Despite the easing of most COVID-19 restrictions, landlords in Newark are still unable to raise rents on their properties due to a moratorium on rent increases on rent-controlled apartments.
A condo association claims that a company co-owned by the wife of Jersey City’s mayor purchased their storefront to "facilitate the installation of a cannabis dispensary under the false pretense of relocating a physical therapy practice."
With nearly weekly shootings and gun arrests that have increased by 360 percent compared to last year, Newark's West Ward is hoping their new city council candidates have some solutions.
The company announced in an email to property owners that they are no long pursuing a 50-story redevelopment that would have added a 300-student school to a Downtown Jersey City neighborhood.
A proposed electrical substation in the Valley arts district of Orange has enraged locals over the severity of its design that some said resembles a penitentiary.
The West Orange Town Council approved two ordinances on Tuesday that could make way for a movie studio owned by Whoopi Goldberg.
New Jersey City legislation aims to keep residents of high-rises safe while addressing any potential structural problems that arise at existing developments.