New Waterfront Restaurant Opens as Cape May’s Ferry Park Overhaul Continues
An eatery and outdoor bar called Boat Drinks has joined a fine-dining restaurant and casual lunch spot inside the Cape May Terminal, where a mini-shopping village will be built later this year.
Renovation and Expansion Project Underway at South Orange’s 126-Year-Old Baird Center
A South Orange community center has become a construction site, with crews working to transform a complex that partially dates back to the end of the 19th century.
Historic State Theatre New Jersey Announces Free Event for Reopening
State Theatre New Jersey has announced the date for the historic New Brunswick venue’s reopening after a year of major renovations.
First Phase of Newark Penn Station’s $160 Million Overhaul Begins
New Jersey Transit has started the initial $30 million portion of work on the historic Newark facility.
Renderings Revealed as Jersey City Approves 172-Unit Complex near McGinley Square
The plan will construct two buildings along Summit Avenue, rehabilitate a historic home, and add a new green space and playground along Storms Avenue.
Adaptive Reuse Plan for Atlantic City’s Historic Morris Guard Armory Advances
Philadelphia-based LMPG Companies is looking to convert the century-old former military club into 31 loft-style apartments, complete with a ground-floor retail market.
Mack-Cali Reveals Revamped Harborside Complex, Will Host Smorgasburg
A two-year renovation at a prominent building along the Jersey City waterfront is finally coming together.
Hoboken’s Coworking Community Mission 50 Completes Rebranding
An 80,000-square foot boutique office building has wrapped a year-long renovation and more changes could be coming to the property if an ambitious plan is approved by officials.
Barnabas Health Plans Renovation at Former Jersey City Museum Property
The company that operates Jersey City Medical Center has put together a proposal that would rehabilitate a Montgomery Street building that dates to the 1920s.
Contract Awarded for Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Renovation in Jersey City
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.