A proposed Harriet Tubman monument meant to replace a statue of Christopher Columbus that was removed in the heat of 2020’s unrest was unanimously voted down.
The Jersey City mega project, which includes a new public plaza, will feature two 64-story towers and has already reached a retail deal to bring a Target to the ground floor.
Several blocks near the Grove Street PATH station are close to being fully revamped into a carless stretch with fresh pavers, infrastructure improvements, and new public spaces.
The Long Island-based developer is constructing two glass-heavy high-rises out of six that are planned for the block that will create a new pedestrian-only street lined with retail shops.
An effort to move a popular Harlem sculpture installation to a sprawling greenspace in Jersey City could start within days if a fundraiser bridges a gap in the project’s funding.
The Exchange Place Alliance District claims that “repeated false assertions” have been made about their Jersey City plan and will be presenting new information to dispute the alleged falsehoods.
The Jersey City planning board will soon be reviewing a city-backed proposal that will refurbish the waterfront stretch.
The revamped project, dubbed Hoboken Connect, calls for a 20-story office building, 389 residential units, and an overhaul of Lackawanna Plaza into a two-story market and public space.
One of the most high-profile and prolifically delayed projects in Jersey City is slated to finally get off the ground in the coming months.
A developer is looking to construct a three-phased project in Jersey City that will include greenspace and a park underneath a light rail extension currently under construction.