N.J. Renters Could Get Relief Under Proposed COVID-19 Assistance Bill
New Jersey’s State Senate has advanced legislation that would set aside $100 million for tenants that are struggling to pay their rents during the coronavirus pandemic.
Belmar Weighs a Redeveloped Seaport that Includes NYC Ferry Service
A large project including a hotel, conference center, three residential buildings, and a waterfront promenade is being considered by officials.
Futuristic Development Planned for Downtown Jersey City’s Buy-Rite Site
A 2.6-acre property currently home to Buy-Rite liquor store could be transformed into a sprawling retail, restaurant, and hotel property under a new proposal.
Fields Development Group Planning New Hotel in Hoboken
The company is looking to bring a 14-story development to several parcels near the Jersey City border, which would be the first hotel built away from the Mile Square City’s waterfront.
Plans Revealed for Jersey City’s Laurel & Saddlewood Redevelopment
The council could soon take a step toward replacing almost two acres of prefab homes between First and Second streets with a 50-story tiered high-rise that includes affordable housing and a new public school.
Redevelopment Plans Revealed for 83 Willow Avenue in Hoboken
A developer is pitching an 11-story mixed-use project for several parcels along Willow Avenue at the intersection with Newark Street.
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.
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.
Another Hearing Set for 18-Story Development in Weehawken
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.
New Proposal Hopes to Restrict Downtown Jersey City Nightlife
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.