Financial delays and politics put One Journal Square in limbo. But a new investor and political meetings promise to bring the project back to life.
Jersey Digs has exclusively learned new details about a massive proposed high-rise development with seven buildings at the MOTBY site in Bayonne.
City planning director Annisia Cialone is set to replace Marcos Vigil as head of Housing, Economic Development and Commerce, effective August 11.
Jersey Digs obtained a copy of the agreement, which reveals new details about the major project coming to the Riverfront Stadium site.
The Ocean County community is seeking input on Wednesday as Oyster Creek shuts down.
Last year, Newark Deputy Mayor Baye Adofo-Wilson, who oversaw development in New Jersey’s largest city, resigned and took a job with a Central Jersey law firm. Now, that law firm will continue to be paid by the City of Newark to provide legal services related to development.
While “Joker” is taping in Journal Square, the city considers increasing the cost to produce a major film in Jersey City.
The proposed task force in New Jersey’s largest city would be among the first of its kind in a state where homelessness remains a crisis.
How does Jersey City’s Council President feel about development and the direction the city is going in? Our interview sheds lights on the candidate’s positions.
The council’s recently passed ordinance outlaws rent increases through at least August at many properties that have four apartments or less and at all rent-controlled units.