The sale demonstrates the strength of the Jersey City multi-family market despite the pandemic.
The NYC-based pizzeria announced they would be opening a franchised eatery in Jersey City three years ago and the location of the restaurant has at last been revealed.
Torico Ice Cream is seeking to open an outpost with a retail store and production facility in Bergen-Lafayette.
The prominent Jersey City developer has eliminated a controversial section of their previous proposal that would have made a portion of the park accessible only to residents of their buildings.
Seven buyers claim that China Overseas America inflates the square footage of residences at their 99 Hudson Street project and allege a slew of other defects throughout their scathing 59-page complaint.
The Archdiocese is working with a developer on a plan to adaptively reuse their church, school, and priory.
The Portuguese eatery will be setting up shop inside a historic two-story house that will offer more space plus a backyard patio.
The city will soon start accepting applications for an emergency rental assistance initiative to be run via a lottery system.
After delaying their formal launch, the popular dumpling spot is now serving the Jersey City via 25% capacity dine-in, takeout, delivery, and curbside pickup.
The city has filed a lawsuit over a long-stalled hotel venture that claims the company behind the endeavor has gone bankrupt and defaulted on a redevelopment agreement.