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.
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.
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After months of delays, a $6 million project that will add granite pavers, green infrastructure, planters, and illuminated seating to one of Jersey City’s prominent destinations has an official timeline.
The healthcare giant will be setting up shop in 53,000 square feet of space at the prominent office building.
A Hoboken building that has stood for decades could undergo a restoration and vertical extension that would add almost 2,400-square feet of retail to the property.
New reports detail how a historic 14-acre oasis will restore pump houses and implement walking trails as part of a revitalization effort that has been years in the making.
Two developers are teaming up to overhaul a prominent housing complex that will preserve 406 units of affordable housing for the next few decades.
The work, set to start soon, includes roadway repaving, modernized traffic signals, and several additions like new streetlights, decorative benches, and more.
A project to restore the historic Grove Street building revealed some interesting history.
More than $2 million will be spent on improving the infrastructure, restoring recreational areas, and adding a fountain to the prominent greenspace.