A two-year renovation at a prominent building along the Jersey City waterfront is finally coming together.
A 4,500-square-foot store selling Amazon’s best-reviewed products has opened at American Dream.
A Pep Boys facility is slated to meet the wrecking ball and be replaced with a 30-story mixed-use development that includes office space plus a penthouse restaurant.
Apartments and almost 1,900 square feet of retail are included in the development, which is the latest revitalization effort to emerge along the major commercial corridor.
Lenders behind the mega-mall project will soon be taking almost 50% ownership in two other malls owned by developer Triple Five under a deal that will avoid foreclosure.
The Taurasi Group wants to renovate and expand the former My-T-Fine facility into a mixed-use development and several companies including Whole Foods have allegedly indicated “serious interest” in the project.
A plan dubbed The Boundary wants to add two floors of event space to the Mission 50 complex, construct a medical arts building, and create a public rooftop greenspace with a restaurant that would connect to a Jersey City residential building.
The company is looking to bring a 21,000-square-foot workout facility to vacant space in a neighborhood that will see lots of growth in the coming years.
Fields Development Group wants to preserve and expand a century-old warehouse in Bergen-Lafayette into a mixed-use development.
Renderings have been released illustrating a proposed retail building in Hamilton Township that resembles an Amazon Fresh store.