Gateway Junction in Newark is officially open to the public and several big-name restaurants will be launching in the development over the coming months.
The first approvals have been granted for a 95-acre redevelopment effort along the Hackensack River, with the initial portion set to include 35% affordable housing and 10,000-square feet of community amenities.
The renovation of two block stretch of Newark Avenue has added granite pavers, a public stage, seating, infrastructure improvements, and more to one of Downtown’s biggest destinations.
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.
The Exchange Place Alliance District claims that “repeated false assertions” have been made about their Jersey City plan and will be presenting new information to dispute the alleged falsehoods.
Procida Funding and Asset Realty are partnering to revitalize the former Miesch Silk Mill in Paterson into a 127-unit complex.
The Jersey City planning board will soon be reviewing a city-backed proposal that will refurbish the waterfront stretch.
1888 Studios is a 1.5 million square foot film production complex proposal that would see 19 buildings rise in the shadow of the Bayonne Bridge.
New funding has been secured for a Paterson project looking to build an innovative visitors center inside the historic Great Falls National Park.
New York-based Alpine Residential will be creating the housing component of the ambitious SciTech Scity development, which will consist of 200 units and ground-floor retail space.