A western stretch of Newark Avenue will be undergoing a revamp next month that looks to activate the streetscape and help businesses amid COVID-19 restrictions.
Skyline Development is holding a community meeting tonight to discuss a Jersey City project that includes affordable housing, green space, a minority business incubator, and a fitness facility.
A proposal that would transform almost two acres along the city’s western fringe includes 17 units for homeless veterans and $3 million towards the construction of a community center and pool that the city currently lacks.
A SoHo-based firm envisions a green space on the former elevated rail line that connects visitors to the arts with sections carved out for sculptures and performances in addition to recreational activities.
A final phase of open space adds step seating, a tilted lawn panel, play sculptures and a large plaza complete with retail and seasonal markets.
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.
The cliffside green space will be getting a new fountain, renovated monuments, a new Bocce court, and loads of infrastructure upgrades that are set to break ground in the coming months.
A $5 million plan that will create almost eight miles of publicly accessible space around Jersey City’s water supply is moving forward following approvals.
The current facility could be demolished as soon as February and will be replaced by a 25,000-square-foot building complete with a restaurant, two banquet halls, and a rooftop bar.
Jersey City will spend $4 million raising the existing plaza, adding granite pavers, and installing a variety of new features later this year.