For Sale: 130-Unit Fully Approved Development Site at 110 Tonnelle Ave

“Go west, young man, go west.” Ok, so maybe John Babsone Lane Soule wasn’t talking about Jersey City but the saying is certainly applicable in Jersey City today. Developers are moving westward at a breakneck pace in hopes to cash in on the huge potential of Journal Square. For the developer ready to avoid the approval process and jump right...

The Highline has Nothing on Jersey City’s New Pedestrian Bridge

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Rising from the abandoned ruins of the Pennsylvania Railway Embankment in Downtown Jersey City, the Liberty Bridge would extend up and over the Hudson River and into Lower Manhattan.

Condos Proposed for the St Aloysius Convent Near Lincoln Park

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Last night, developer Frank Peraza presented his proposal for the redevelopment of the St Aloysius convent. The plan comes in two phases with the first being the restoration and adaptive reuse of the convent. The second phase will include a newly constructed rental building on the adjacent parcels. St Aloysius convent falls in the newly created West Bergen – East...

What’s in Store for Pepboys After This Weekend’s #DemolitionExhibition?

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The plaza where the (now vacant) Pep Boys store is located is about to undergo a major redevelopment. The suburban feel of the area, with its big box format Bed, Bath and Beyond and Shop Rite stores juxtaposed with the ever-growing high-rise skyline of Newport and beyond doesn’t quite mesh. So, what will become of the area that once...

Developers Move In Following Puccini’s Closing

The $19.5 million purchase of seven adjacent properties by Amerestate Holdings hints at big plans for the area just west of the Journal Square transit hub. At less than a 10 minute walk from the Path trains, the property's location sounds promising for a large scale development. Included in the sale was Jersey City’s iconic Puccini's Restaurant that closed earlier...