The Hudson County Schools of Technology could spend $7 million to acquire 180 9th Street from the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency. The property is currently home to Explore Middle School.
Yet another Urby project could be coming to Jersey City. Developers are in the early stages of potentially bringing an 18-story building to the site of Hudson County Community College’s bookstore on Sip Avenue.
Seton Hall University is looking to construct a new building along South Orange Avenue opposite its main campus. The complex could potentially include commercial space as well.
The former Maple Avenue Elementary School, which was the subject of a 57-unit adaptive reuse proposal in 2018, might become a charter school instead.
A local educator is taking the city to court looking to toss an upcoming public ballot question about switching to an appointed school board in place of the currently elected one.
A six-story building with a daycare center and 10 apartments could be built across the street from Weequahic Park.
A former congressman has gifted money to Liberty Science Center towards developing a technology district that includes schools, a research facility, and a residential community.
Last year, Jersey Digs reported that a residential development could be coming to the site of the Academy360 Lower School on the border of Verona and Montclair. Now, plans for a 200-unit project at the site could advance.
A proposal to construct dorms within an existing Jersey City building will now move forward and aims to open by Fall 2020.
Dozens of college students could live inside part of Jersey City’s 150 Bay Street under a new proposal.