The iconic Holmdel property has been adaptively reused into a “metroburb” that blends historic features into a bustling modern setting.
A stalled office and retail project from KABR Group has been revamped with a new look and extended upward by two additional stories.
To fund the endeavor, owners of properties with over five units will pay a new assessment that’s set to kick in later this year.
Owners of properties with commercial space would pay a new assessment under the arrangement, which was formally presented to the city council last week.
The traditional Frog Hollow neighborhood will be getting a new look with the planned redevelopment at 200 South Second Street.
The City Council is scheduled to vote on an ordinance that would use new tax revenue assessed on about 300 commercial properties to spruce up one of Jersey City’s major retail corridors.
The Hudson County Schools of Technology recently opened a 350,000-square-foot technical high school in Laurel Hill Park, Secaucus.
Barely a month after announcing the proposal, Jersey City has moved ahead with plans to add car-free blocks to Downtown.
The 3.7-acre site, adjacent to Newark Broad Street Station, plans to include office space, retail stores, a hotel, and residential units.
Officials have touted big plans for Hoboken’s major transit hub that so far haven’t materialized, but that may change next year.
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