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.
Jersey City could follow in Newark’s footsteps and enact an ordinance requiring a certain percentage of units in some new buildings to be designated as “affordable.”
New Jersey’s State Senate has advanced legislation that would set aside $100 million for tenants that are struggling to pay their rents during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The council voted 8-1 last week in favor of moving forward on the purchase or eminent domain of the waterfront property, which would be used as open space.
The Jersey City Mayor has purchased an oceanfront property in Rhode Island.
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.
The Fair Share Housing Center is asking the courts to throw out legislation that the City Council approved this summer, arguing that it was enacted illegally and “gives a pass to politically connected developers.”
Taking a ferry to the Statue of Liberty or Ellis Island may be a memorable experience for visitors to Liberty State Park, but an...
Ward D Councilperson Michael Yun, who represents The Heights in Jersey City, discusses his outlook for the neighborhood during his next term in office after handily winning re-election last year.