A mysterious project that once included a bowling alley component is slowly moving forward.
The planning board will soon consider an application to redevelop a block along Observer Highway that has been in the works for several years.
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.
A developer has requested an additional two stories of height be allowed in a section of a redevelopment zone in exchange for some affordable housing and open space contributions.
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.
The Mile Square City could possibly be designated Hudson County’s next Special Improvement District.
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.
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.
A new proposal would build a large racetrack, cricket stadium, and more on land that’s sandwiched between the park and I-78.
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.