A new two-story building housing Engine 10 & Ladder 12 is being planned for a neighborhood that has seen plenty of development over the last few years.
Skyline Development is holding a community meeting tonight to discuss a Jersey City project that includes affordable housing, green space, a minority business incubator, and a fitness facility.
A SoHo-based firm envisions a green space on the former elevated rail line that connects visitors to the arts with sections carved out for sculptures and performances in addition to recreational activities.
The company appears to be abandoning their plans for an office building on a 6th Street property and have instead submitted preliminary plans that could see five high rises built on the land.
Following a legal settlement, a developer is seeking to have their vacant waterfront land declared in need of redevelopment to potentially build 1,200 units, retail space, a school, and a public ferry stop.
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.
A large project including a hotel, conference center, three residential buildings, and a waterfront promenade is being considered by officials.
A 2.6-acre property currently home to Buy-Rite liquor store could be transformed into a sprawling retail, restaurant, and hotel property under a new proposal.
The company is looking to bring a 14-story development to several parcels near the Jersey City border, which would be the first hotel built away from the Mile Square City’s waterfront.
The council could soon take a step toward replacing almost two acres of prefab homes between First and Second streets with a 50-story tiered high-rise that includes affordable housing and a new public school.