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 $300 million Jersey City project will build a “mini-city” near Liberty Science Center -- see the new renderings here.
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.
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.
After plenty of back and forth, Jersey City and Polish officials agreed to a plan that would move the statue to York Street and spruce up another section of the waterfront.
The borough is looking to block a 450-unit development via eminent domain, hoping to construct affordable housing and more on the land.
A $5.5 million plan to overhaul a pedestrian zone in Jersey City is starting to come together near the Hudson River waterfront.
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.
Hoboken voters will soon be weighing in on an ambitious scheme to build a new facility with loads of amenities but with a hefty price tag.
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.