The major undertaking that is the Newark Airport renovation will be unveiling a big piece next month as a brand new $2.7 billion Terminal A hopes to transform the reputation of the aging facility.
Public transit is the only effective means for Newarkers to get around our city, and at one time, it was a fast, efficient, and timely endeavor. So why has it become so lousy?
Veris Residential, formerly known as Mack-Cali, finalized a deal to sell Hyatt Regency Jersey City, which sits along the Hudson River, earlier this month.
So much of New Jersey’s rail network is designed to access Manhattan when we should prioritize connecting the cities within our own borders.
Bushburg Properties is seeking final approval for the initial portion of a massive project that will bring residences, retail, amenities, and greenery to Jersey City.
With a major redevelopment project proposed in downtown West Orange, which could even include a movie studio, perhaps it’s time to give another thought to restoring the Orange Branch, not as a passenger line, but as an extension of the Newark subway.
NY Waterway is set to resume service out of the dormant facility next month, but Jersey City will be taking over the terminal next year after finalizing a deal to buy the property.
An eatery and outdoor bar called Boat Drinks has joined a fine-dining restaurant and casual lunch spot inside the Cape May Terminal, where a mini-shopping village will be built later this year.
A developer with a large stake in the Marion section of Jersey City is putting together a plan to breathe new life into several underutilized parcels.
A developer is looking to construct a three-phased project in Jersey City that will include greenspace and a park underneath a light rail extension currently under construction.