Stakeholders-ACT!, a community organization, is holding a virtual event tomorrow in an effort to rally support.
An increasing number of New Jersey developers are finding new uses for vacant or abandoned historic buildings in urban areas. In Trenton, construction is underway on Roebling Center, a mixed-use transit-oriented-development.
Trenton's first Starbucks opened last week. It is the ninth location of a new concept of Starbucks ‘community stores’.
A major culinary publication has finally shown New Jersey’s pizza scene the love that residents know it deserves.
Trenton hopes a signing bonus will liven up the downtown retail scene.
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.
Two new development projects could be built near the main transit hub in New Jersey’s capital city.
Last week Governor Christie announced an $11.5 million revitalization initiative for Trenton that will include the demolition of 500 vacant homes and the installation of 150 surveillance cameras.
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 mixed-use project is being constructed near Mill Hill Park at the edge of Trenton’s downtown.