Lincoln Equities is asking for zoning modifications that would allow them to build several high-rises along the Hoboken border in a deal that includes a new light rail station.
Two state senators have introduced a bill that would cap the height of all new developments east of Palisade Avenue at 10 feet below the cliff line, which would have a dramatic impact on certain neighborhoods.
The company is requesting changes to a redevelopment plan that would allow them to provide required affordable units at an undisclosed location within one mile of their 57-story high rise.
After years of debate, a spooky looking Victorian home in Matawan will be turned into apartments, with the developer promising to preserve the exterior.
Owners of properties with commercial space would pay a new assessment under the arrangement, which was formally presented to the city council last week.
The school has filed paperwork challenging a decision by Jersey City’s Historic Preservation Commission that denied their request to tear down two historic buildings.
Jersey City could follow in Newark’s footsteps and enact an ordinance requiring a certain percentage of units in some new buildings to be designated as “affordable.”
In preparation for the state possibly legalizing the drug, the city council is looking to limit neighborhoods where pot shops could open in Hoboken.
New renderings have been revealed for a project that would revitalize an abandoned warehouse, but the proposal won’t be heard by the city’s zoning board until early 2019.
Hoboken City Council recently signed off on a plan that allows a new two-tower student center to rise, and another scheme aiming to revitalize nearby recreation facilities along the Hudson River is in the works.
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