The two-bed, two-and-a-half-bath duplex also features a gas fireplace and access to the building's luxe amenities.
Apartments and almost 1,900 square feet of retail are included in the development, which is the latest revitalization effort to emerge along the major commercial corridor.
A project involving everything from new residential space to a new public park is being proposed for a group of properties near McGinley Square, Jersey City.
Secaucus-based Harmony Foundation, who are also opening a facility in Hoboken, has applied to convert a Downtown property into a 16,000-square-foot dispensary.
A big weekend in The Heights saw officials unveiling a $2 million greenery renovation and celebrating the beginning of a $6 million project that will overhaul and expand access to a 14-acre reservoir.
The public will soon get a chance to weigh in on plans to bring a five-story building to Monticello Avenue in Jersey City.
Opposite corners at the intersection of Newark Avenue and Fourth Street in Downtown Jersey City are the subject of development applications from the same company.
Two properties located in Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette section could soon be developed.
Two buildings on Palisade Avenue in The Heights that were described as “vacant and dilapidated” could be renovated as part of a proposed development project.
A property in Bergen-Lafayette that is owned by the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency could become the site of a six-story mixed-use development.