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.
The planning board will soon consider an application to redevelop a block along Observer Highway that has been in the works for several years.
The Hoboken City Council could soon greenlight negotiations to bring a project to Clinton Street that includes five storefronts plus a 75,000-square-foot public works space.
The Taurasi Group wants to renovate and expand the former My-T-Fine facility into a mixed-use development and several companies including Whole Foods have allegedly indicated “serious interest” in the project.
A local developer has submitted an application to transform a vacant stretch of land near the Absecon Inlet into an 18-hole course featuring multiple tiers and nods to the neighborhood’s history.
The scheme would rezone portions of the city’s border with Weehawken to potentially allow up to 6,100 new apartments, hotels, public space, and a new light rail station along a revitalized 15th Street retail corridor.
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.