Jersey City’s Catholic university just received the largest gift in its history.
Pending council approval, a hotel development deal now includes funds to renovate a post office, restore a decaying community center, and create new educational spaces for public use.
The Hudson County Schools of Technology recently opened a 350,000-square-foot technical high school in Laurel Hill Park, Secaucus.
Developers are planning to convert a former Newark elementary school into a residential building.
One student says the project, which was to include a new dorm, was supposed to be done in 2016. Three years after the project was announced, there is still no movement and the university is tight-lipped on its status.
NJIT could be adding new mixed-use developments near its University Heights campus.
A 52-story tower, a new public school, open space, retail, and some affordable housing benefits gained final approvals last month.
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.
In another sign that the Jersey City school craze is in full effect, BelovED Community Charter School has announced the purchase of a buildable...