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.
A 184-foot-tall development with several community givebacks could gain final approvals despite some sudden controversy over the building’s height.
The borough is looking to block a 450-unit development via eminent domain, hoping to construct affordable housing and more on the land.
The council will soon vote on awarding a contract to design the facility, which would occupy 8,000 square feet of a new development’s ground floor.
The city will soon be accepting bids on a plan that aims to bring a 400-space parking garage, public plaza, and more to the main retail corridor of The Heights.
A big weekend in The Heights saw officials unveiling a $2 million greenery renovation and celebrating the beginning of a $6 million project that will overhaul and expand access to a 14-acre reservoir.
A proposal looks to transform 18 acres of Downtown Jersey City property.