In preparation for the state possibly legalizing the drug, the city council is looking to limit neighborhoods where pot shops could open in Hoboken.
The planning board will be taking additional testimony later this month on the 344-unit project, which has several hurdles to clear before moving forward.
The proposed New Jersey legislation would redraw state tourism maps and reallocate tourism funds for regional marketing activities.
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 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 planning board will soon consider an application to redevelop a block along Observer Highway that has been in the works for several years.
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.
Heller Manus Architects and some local residents are hoping that Amazon picks Newark for its second headquarters, but their newly unveiled proposal was not featured in the city’s HQ2 application.
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.
The city’s mayor isn’t keen on a plan that would bring residences, retail, a park expansion, and a new middle school to Hoboken’s southwest corner.