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Main Street North Brunswick’s Long-awaited NJ Transit Station Is Back On Track

A mixed-use development in North Brunswick is creating a commuter-friendly town center complete with a new train station.
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Peek Inside Instagram Star BallandClaw’s Vintage Filled, Lincoln Park Victorian

If you’re a fan of vintage-chic design, you’ve likely come across @ball_and_claw_vintage on Instagram – the beloved #currentdesignsituation hashtag Kings, and local Jersey City residents to boot. Now, take a look inside their vintage filled Lincoln Park home.
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More Northbound Growth Planned For Downtown Jersey City

220 Eighteenth Street, Pier Six, and the Emerson Radio Factory all appear primed for development in Downtown Jersey City’s north end.
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Former Trenton Industrial Complex Being Transformed Into Mixed-Use Community

An increasing number of New Jersey developers are finding new uses for vacant or abandoned historic buildings in urban areas. In Trenton, construction is underway on Roebling Center, a mixed-use transit-oriented-development.
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Plans Underway For Statewide Greenway Connecting Jersey City With Phillipsburg

Plans are underway to create a statewide greenway connecting Jersey City with Phillipsburg along the former Morris Canal route. The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority recently put out a request for proposals for consultant assistance to support development of the project.
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Adaptive Reuse Project Will Transform Historic Newark Factory Into Residences

A symbol of Newark’s past is becoming a part of its future as an industrial facility in one of the city’s most dense neighborhoods is being converted into residential use.
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Jeff Jordan Architects Show Off Recently Completed Jersey City Projects

Jeff Jordan Architects has completed a string of new projects in Jersey City ranging from renovations to brand new construction. Here’s a look at some of our favorite Jersey City projects from Jeff Jordan Architects.
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Not So Hidden Gems: A Look at The Heights’ Historic Homes

The Heights neighborhood of Jersey City was a German enclave from the middle of the 19th century until World War I. Prosperous citizens, often of German descent, built the biggest and best houses on Summit Avenue and Sherman Place. Today, in the ongoing preservation conversation, we feature four of these well-preserved homes.
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Reservoir No. 3: Jersey City’s Rustic Jewel

Tucked away in an otherwise quiet residential section of The Heights, the Jersey City Reservoir is flourishing with signs of life despite being decommissioned, a relic that provides some of the best fall foliage views right in the middle of the city.
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History on the Hill: Three Great Houses of Bergen Hill

Bergen Hill, in its heyday, was considered “the suburbs” by people who left Downtown, Jersey City for suburban mansions. Today, in the ongoing preservation conversation, we feature three JCLC Historic Homes still standing on Summit Avenue.