Chicago-based Justice Grown was granted initial state approval in 2018 to open a cultivation center in Mercer County. Now, the Ewing Township Planning Board is scheduled to hear the plans.
New information has been released about the proposed redevelopment project at the site of Trenton’s Van Sciver Building that we reported on last week.
The State of New Jersey sold the former Mill Hill Processing Center near in Trenton for $800,000. The new owner is now planning apartments and retail space.
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.
The historic Colonial Trust Company in the capital city’s Chambersburg neighborhood could be torn down and replaced with 35 apartments.
This Trenton home comes complete with a ventilated cigar room.
A developer is looking to convert a historic Trenton building into a mixed-use development and construct several new multifamily buildings.
Hundreds of volunteers were sent out across New Jersey yesterday as part of the nationwide Point-in-Time Count to survey people who are experiencing homelessness. Jersey Digs participated in the event in Trenton and spoke with local leaders and homeless residents.
The annual Point-in-Time Count will be held today across the United States. Local organizations are aiming to determine just how many New Jerseyans woke up this morning without a home.
Trenton's first Starbucks opened last week. It is the ninth location of a new concept of Starbucks ‘community stores’.