In a year fraught with bad headlines, New Jersey City University recently announced some positive news.
The parcel at 122-136 Seventh Avenue near Newark Broad Street Station is expected to be sold to the highest bidder.
The Archdiocese is working with a developer on a plan to adaptively reuse their church, school, and priory.
The city council has signed off on a scheme that would permit Lennar Multifamily Communities to build a tiered high-rise including 41 workforce housing units, a renovated park, and a 50,000-square foot public school.
A privately owned property located next to the William Paterson University campus and St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital could become home to a student housing complex with 242 bedrooms.
Liberty Science Center has raised over $21 million towards an ambitious plan to bring research space, housing, a K-12 science school, parks, and more to 14 acres of land just outside of Liberty State Park.
The site where the Hudson Arts and Science Charter School had its K-2 campus could be replaced with a building that would contain 35 residential units.
Skyline Development is holding a community meeting tonight to discuss a Jersey City project that includes affordable housing, green space, a minority business incubator, and a fitness facility.
Two major projects looking to spruce up one of Jersey City’s oldest institutions are moving full speed ahead during the summer months.
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.