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 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.
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.
New renders have been revealed for the 20-story hotel, a project that will now include almost $5 million in community givebacks.
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.
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.
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.
For all of its history, Jersey City has been a conduit for transport between NYC and the rest of the country. Over time, the logistics of transportation has changed leaving artifacts of a bygone era all over the city. Now the long forgotten Bergen Arches are the subject of a proposed community-based redevelopment project led by local residents and activists.
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.
Details have emerged about a future car-free zone that’s under construction on the city’s west side, which will connect the Monroe Center to six new storefront spaces tucked under the Palisades.