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.
Jersey City Could Severely Limit Airbnb Rentals
A few years after embracing short-term rentals, the city council is weighing an ordinance that would place heavy restrictions on them in the name of combating a housing shortage.
Renderings Revealed for Development on Jersey City’s Giles Avenue
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.
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.
Could Holland’s Model for Dementia and Alzhiemer’s Care Find a Home in Jersey City?
A Dutch architect, Frank van Dillen came up with an amazing solution to care for dementia sufferers called De Hogeweyk, or Dementia Village. In effect, it is a small village, complete with streets, gardens, stores, restaurants, theaters, and more - all staffed by trained care professionals. Could this concept work in Jersey City?
Adaptive Reuse and Addition Project Pitched for 374 Communipaw Ave, Jersey City
A 40-unit proposal that would partially preserve a small industrial property into a mixed-use development will be heard by the planning board soon.
Could Jersey City Finally Get an Affordable Housing Ordinance?
Dueling inclusionary zoning ordinances and a large affordable component that could be included in the Bayfront development have created optimism that officials might address a longstanding issue.
Edgewater Planning Board Could Advance Redevelopment at 615 River Road
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.
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.
Jersey City Considering Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Expansion
Mayor Fulop announced that a car-free zone along a major Jersey City hub could be expanded farther west, adding additional amenities.