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.
The Taurasi Group wants to renovate and expand the former My-T-Fine facility into a mixed-use development and several companies including Whole Foods have allegedly indicated “serious interest” in the project.
An initiative to replace an aging police facility in the city’s northernmost neighborhood has officially entered the next development stage.
A scheme looking to revitalize several structures built during the 19th century would create 310 residential units plus indoor and outdoor public plazas while preserving and rehabilitating the property’s industrial arts space.
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.