Downtown Jersey City Entertainment Licenses Ordiance

New Proposal Hopes to Restrict Downtown Jersey City Nightlife

While two ordinances designed to curb the “night-club driven entertainment district” along Newark Avenue didn’t move forward, an informal committee will now meet to discuss possible changes.
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Van Sciver Building 160 South Broad Street Trenton Development

State-Owned Van Sciver Building in Trenton Could Become Site of 120-Unit Complex

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.
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Newark Avenue Downtown Jersey City

Voters May Decide the Future of Airbnb in Jersey City

20,000 signatures have been collected in support of challenging an ordinance limiting short-term rentals, which would trigger a November ballot question if the regulations aren’t repealed.
Coe Mansion Cory Booker 698 Mlk Jr Blvd Newark

Newark’s Vacant Coe Mansion, Once Home to Cory Booker, Could Be Converted into Apartments

The Coe Mansion, located on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Newark, currently sits vacant. Now, the historic home, which was once home to Senator Cory Booker, could be converted into 15 apartments.
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Steven Fulop Tom Bertoli Investigation Jersey City

Bombshell Bloomberg Report Suggests Dirty Dealings During Jersey City’s Boom

A close political ally of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop is the subject of a federal investigation that could shine a light on a series of dealings that pose possible conflicts of interest between the mayor and the real estate industry.
Newport Jersey City Skyline

Could Jersey City Finally Get an Affordable Housing Ordinance?

Dueling inclusionary zoning ordinances and a large affordable component that could be included in the Bayfront development have created optimism that officials might address a longstanding issue.
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Malakshmi Goldsborough Urban Renewal Bayonne Affordable Houseing

Bayonne Could ‘Suspend Affordable Housing Requirements’ for 1,500+ Unit Development

Jersey Digs has exclusively learned new details about a massive proposed high-rise development with seven buildings at the MOTBY site in Bayonne.
Stalled One Journal Square Lot Jersey City 2

Jersey City Loses Latest Battle With Kushner, Ordered to Pay Legal Fees

The city will fork over $137,000 in fees to several defendants and has a slew of litigation against them that could get expensive over the coming months.
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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.
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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