Buildings in Newark neighborhoods along the Passaic River could soon rise up to 40 stories.
After plenty of back and forth, Jersey City and Polish officials agreed to a plan that would move the statue to York Street and spruce up another section of the waterfront.
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.
The co-founder of the Jersey City Reservoir Preservation Alliance who has spent 15 years working with locals and community groups is hoping to represent The Heights on the city council.
The Hudson County town is seeking to end short-term vacation rentals this week. Those who violate the new ordinance could face hundreds of dollars in fines.
City planning director Annisia Cialone is set to replace Marcos Vigil as head of Housing, Economic Development and Commerce, effective August 11.
The State of New Jersey sold the former Mill Hill Processing Center near in Trenton for $800,000. The new owner is now planning apartments and retail space.
A builder renovating two homes says that longtime politico Michael Manzo revoked his permits to “teach [him] a lesson,” later demanding a friendship to avoid his wrath.
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The bar, which still has plans to expand into Jersey City, had its liquor license revoked by the City last week and will close for good in May.