Hoboken Dpw Development Rendering Looking South Willow Ave

Redevelopment Plans Revealed for 83 Willow Avenue in Hoboken

A developer is pitching an 11-story mixed-use project for several parcels along Willow Avenue at the intersection with Newark Street.
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Windsor Wax Company Redevelopment 601 609 Newark Street Hoboken 2

Effort to Redevelop Hoboken’s Windsor Wax Building Moves Forward

A new proposal would tear down a long-vacant industrial property near the Jersey City border and replace it with a mixed-use building.
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Hotel Proposed 15 Nardone Place Jersey City

Meeting Will Unveil Plans for a 13-Story Hotel With Penthouse Restaurant in Jersey City

A former real estate office at 15 Nardone Place could be replaced with a 13-story lodging and residential development, which will be presented during a meeting tomorrow night.
Weehawken Cove 3

Another Hearing Set for 18-Story Development in Weehawken

The planning board will be taking additional testimony later this month on the 344-unit project, which has several hurdles to clear before moving forward.
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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.
Pegasus Partners Properties Hoboken

351 Unit Mixed-Use Project Being Planned in Northwest Hoboken

A two-block stretch currently occupied by a vacant factory could be replaced with a residential, commercial, and retail development that’s in the early phases.
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619 Marin Boulevard Jersey City 2

Developer Buys Jersey City Unleashed Site, Plans High-Rise

Pegasus Partners recently purchased the land and are looking to build a 24-story development that includes a 20% affordable housing component.
Bates Street Development Area Jersey City 2

Community Responds to Massive Bates Street Proposal in Jersey City

Two community associations have penned a letter opposing the 2,360-unit plan, while two other groups support the proposal due to affordable housing and public benefits that are included.
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141 143 Brunswick Street Jersey City

Following Lawsuit, 141 Brunswick Street in Jersey City Gets Redesigned

A lawsuit seeking to void a development’s approvals has sparked a project re-design that better conforms with existing zoning but eliminates all off-street parking spots.
Washington Street Hoboken 2

Details Emerge on Hoboken’s Proposed Special Improvement District

Owners of properties with commercial space would pay a new assessment under the arrangement, which was formally presented to the city council last week.

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