Jersey City’s Catholic university just received the largest gift in its history.
In a year fraught with bad headlines, New Jersey City University recently announced some positive news.
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.
The building, which dates back nearly 140 years, could be adaptively reused into Newark’s latest residential development.
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.
Hudson County Community College has big plans for its Journal Square campus that includes the construction of an 11-story building. But the tower will replace a surface parking lot that commuter students fear will end up costing them.
The eight-story building at 715 Park Avenue could soon contain dozens of apartments.
A hearing has been scheduled regarding the first phase of Princeton University’s proposed “Lake Campus South.”
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.
Hoboken voters will soon be weighing in on an ambitious scheme to build a new facility with loads of amenities but with a hefty price tag.