ICONA Resorts has proposed a full-service hotel across from Cape May's beach but is asking for a redevelopment designation that local officials are reluctant to grant.
The proposed New Jersey legislation would redraw state tourism maps and reallocate tourism funds for regional marketing activities.
A developer with a large stake in the Marion section of Jersey City is putting together a plan to breathe new life into several underutilized parcels.
The revamped project, dubbed Hoboken Connect, calls for a 20-story office building, 389 residential units, and an overhaul of Lackawanna Plaza into a two-story market and public space.
The owners of a block-long warehouse in The Heights, Jersey City hope that a new version of a rejected development can finally win over the community and revitalize the site.
The owners of Jones Hall are hoping to construct an 18-story development that looks to blend into the historic Jersey City buildings near the property.
After losing a battle over land in Hoboken, the company is looking to construct a 675,000-square-foot refueling and maintenance complex to the north.
A three-building plan that first emerged last year has upped the unit count significantly but added a $10 million green space to the proposal.
The owner of three vacant Jersey City buildings is looking to replace them with a new mixed-use project that would be taller than most of its neighbors on Central Avenue.
The borough is looking to block a 450-unit development via eminent domain, hoping to construct affordable housing and more on the land.