The council voted 7-2 to introduce a 20 percent affordable housing requirement on all new developments over 15 units, but amendments looking to eliminate several carve-outs in the law were rejected for now.
129 Thorne Street is a meticulously renovated, three-story, four-bedroom, two-bath home with a private backyard in the heart of The Heights. Don't miss the Open House this Saturday, 10/10, from 1-3 p.m.
The site where the Hudson Arts and Science Charter School had its K-2 campus could be replaced with a building that would contain 35 residential units.
The old Capital One bank branch at 201 Newark Avenue in Jersey City was sold to a firm associated with Landmark Developers.
A subsidiary of DVORA is looking to the courts to stop the 12-story project, which they claim was improperly approved and will block their New York views.
Jersey Digs has learned that a development firm associated with Panepinto Properties wants to bring a project with retail space and more than 130 residential units to the corner of Warren and Morgan Streets in Jersey City.
Unit 115 in The Pier House at 15 Warren Street is a two-bed, two-bath condo with two private terraces, parking, and an idyllic Paulus Hook location.
This notable, highly visible stone Victorian mixed-use building offers endless investment possibilities on one of Jersey City’s most traveled thoroughfares.
Barnabas Health is looking to advance a floodproofing and hazard mitigation project that will revamp their 15-acre campus to better protect the facility from extreme weather events.
The co-founder of the Jersey City Reservoir Preservation Alliance who has spent 15 years working with locals and community groups is hoping to represent The Heights on the city council.