This week, Jersey City announced the opening of Verizon Innovative Learning Labs at two public schools.
A group called Friends of Quality Education has been given the go-ahead to construct a four-building complex in Jersey City that aims to open for the 2025 school year.
Hoboken’s Stevens Institute of Technology recently opened a new facility and has broken ground on another one, marking the beginning of what should be a busy year of construction on the historic campus.
Construction that will bring Liberty Science High School, a new 156,000-square-foot public educational facility, to a property near Liberty State Park has begun.
A plan to redevelop several Jersey City lots including the Golden Cicada property was green lit and includes 397 units, affordable housing, and a school expansion.
The old William G. Cook Elementary School currently sits empty in Trenton’s Wilbur Section. Now, City Hall is looking to sell the building to a development firm.
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.
The massive complex in New Brunswick’s downtown will include two theaters, over 200 apartments, Rutgers classrooms, and office space.
People’s Preparatory Charter School will be revamping a century-old Newark synagogue into their newest campus.
A listing shows that a property on the border of Verona and Montclair has been placed on the market and that a 300-unit development could be constructed.