Hoboken voters will soon be weighing in on an ambitious scheme to build a new facility with loads of amenities but with a hefty price tag.
The $300 million Jersey City project will build a “mini-city” near Liberty Science Center -- see the new renderings here.
Hoboken is set to welcome another public art project that should emerge in the coming days.
JDA Group has been given the green light to construct a four-building project in Hoboken with 192 residences, office space, an events facility, and an elevated park with a restaurant.
Six Jersey City properties will be redeveloped into a mixed-use tower that will feature ground-floor retail along a future pedestrian plaza.
Parents at P.S. 16 have launched an initiative looking to close a playground section of the historic park during weekday school hours as a decision on the matter looms from the city council.
New Jersey Transit has started the initial $30 million portion of work on the historic Newark facility.
A joint venture dubbed Bayview aims to transform property along Bayonne’s western waterfront into a four-building complex with new parks and 50,000 square feet of retail space including a rooftop restaurant.
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.
Set to become one of the Garden State’s tallest buildings, the high-rise will add 750 apartments, retail space, a plaza, and a school to a block of Columbus Drive.