Significant progress has been made at the future home of the Frank J. Guarini Justice Complex, which is redeveloping a block near Journal Square, Jersey City.
Hoboken is looking to construct a new Public Works building and annex so Ironstate Development can build a 360-unit Urby project on land that houses the current facility.
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.
A development that will house the city’s police and fire operations under one roof has been vertically expanded and modified a bit to include a new floor with an additional 2,000 square feet of space.
A first look at the interior of the $345 million Frank J. Guarini Justice Complex has emerged as the project is slated to begin construction before the end of the year.
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.
As construction to reconfigure several roadways near the $345 million development is set to wrap, the county has launched a website to keep the public informed as the four-phased plan progresses.
The long road to building a modern court complex in Jersey City is making progress, as bids will soon be submitted for the project’s construction phase.
A developer is pitching an 11-story mixed-use project for several parcels along Willow Avenue at the intersection with Newark Street.
The Jersey City Fire Department could get new facilities on Communipaw Avenue and Grand Street.
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