A stalled office and retail project from KABR Group has been revamped with a new look and extended upward by two additional stories.
Jersey City will spend $4 million raising the existing plaza, adding granite pavers, and installing a variety of new features later this year.
Improvements by Mack-Cali include new routes, lounge areas, and original work by a local photographer commissioned by Art House Productions.
The modernization of the now fully amenitized building has already driven home values up an average of 12.9% without a cent of new assessment.
The old-school neighborhood bar has been spruced up and should start offering food within the next month.
Dixon Projects transformed a vacant weather-damaged house in The Heights into a stunning two-family home, taking full advantage of the property's unparalleled Manhattan views.
Work has commenced on stabilizing century-old Egyptian Revival walls at the greenspace, which has additional restorations planned for next spring.
Pending council approval, a hotel development deal now includes funds to renovate a post office, restore a decaying community center, and create new educational spaces for public use.
The first chunk of restoration work should start soon at the historic Willow Avenue church, which is looking to be put back to use after years of dormancy.
The Jersey City-based firm took home the most prestigious prize of the night for the second year in a row, winning five total awards.