Scitech City Liberty Science Center Jersey City 1

Jersey City’s Ambitious SciTech Scity Nabs $10 Million Donation

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.
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One Sunset Avenue Verona

200-Unit Project Could Replace a Private School in Verona

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.
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150 Bay Street Powerhouse Arts District Jersey City

Dorms at 150 Bay Street Approved, Will House Students From a N.Y. University

A proposal to construct dorms within an existing Jersey City building will now move forward and aims to open by Fall 2020.
150 Bay Street Powerhouse Arts District Jersey City

72 Dorms Could Come to Jersey City’s 150 Bay Street

Dozens of college students could live inside part of Jersey City’s 150 Bay Street under a new proposal.
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The Learning Experience West South Orange Avenue 3

Learning Experience Preschool Planned for Downtown South Orange

A two-story preschool has been approved for a property in South Orange’s downtown.
Clinton Place Demarest Street Preschool Newark

Maher Foundation Plans Large New Preschool in Newark’s South Ward

The Morris County-based foundation has applied to build a new preschool with 16 classrooms between Hawthorne and Nye Avenues in Newark’s South Ward. The property was previously expected to contain a new campus for University High School.
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762 Montgomery Street Mcginley Square Jersey City

Dorms for 151 Saint Peter’s University Students Could Come to McGinley Square

Although the Saint Peter’s Tower at McGinley Square project in Jersey City has yet to come to fruition, the university has begun planning another student housing complex in the neighborhood. The ZBA is scheduled to hear the matter June 27.
New Brunswick Performin Arts Center Rendering

23-Story New Brunswick Performing Arts Center Project Could Open This Fall

The massive complex in New Brunswick’s downtown will include two theaters, over 200 apartments, Rutgers classrooms, and office space.
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246 Congress Street Newark.

Charter School Could Expand into Former Jersey City Convent

The Jersey City Global Charter School wants to construct 10 classrooms in the former St. Anne’s Convent on Congress Street in The Heights.
155 Washington Street Rutgers Newark 2

EXCLUSIVE: Renderings of 18-Story Rutgers-Newark Redevelopment Released

For over a year, Jersey Digs has been following the proposal to turn a Rutgers-owned 18-story building in Downtown Newark into over 200 apartments and more. Now, we’ve gotten our hands on the project’s site plans and renderings.

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