Months of delays have ended with Jersey City’s council approving $6.7 million to overhaul a two-block stretch with granite pavers and a variety of improvements including a stage, additional seating areas, and green infrastructure.
Images detailing what almost an acre of public space will look like have been revealed.
The scheme would rezone portions of the city’s border with Weehawken to potentially allow up to 6,100 new apartments, hotels, public space, and a new light rail station along a revitalized 15th Street retail corridor.
After years of delays and legal wrangling, Jersey City’s planning board has greenlit a 1,723-unit development from Kushner Companies that looks to begin construction by mid-spring.
After months of delays, a $6 million project that will add granite pavers, green infrastructure, planters, and illuminated seating to one of Jersey City’s prominent destinations has an official timeline.
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.
Jersey City has signed off on a plan to build twin 12-story buildings with retail separated by an 8,000-square foot public plaza.
Several companies are bringing over 3,000 housing units, a 1.5-acre park, and more than 73,000 square feet of retail space to a post-industrial neighborhood near the Hoboken border.
The city’s council has executed a redevelopment agreement that looks to revitalize the former home of the Universal Folding Box Company.
Plans from a nonprofit to bring a nine-story building to a lot near McGinley Square with 55% affordable housing will be heard soon.