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A new residential project, marketed towards young professionals, is planned for Bayonne near the 45th St Light Rail station. The 5-story project will house 65 residential units.
A new mixed-use development is coming to the southwestern part of the Mile Square City. Approved in November, the project will bring 12 residential units plus commercial space and parking to 8-12 Paterson Avenue.
Renovated in 2014, this meticulously maintained Hoboken townhome offers four levels of luxury in a prime downtown location with remarkable indoor and outdoor spaces for you to enjoy.
The NYC metro area is lucky enough to have access to three major airports. However, getting to them has alway been a hassle. Now, a new expansion plan hopes to change that. The Port Authority of NY & NJ approved funding for a PATH extension that connects the Newark-WTC line to Newark Airport, providing direct access to Manhattan from the airport.
One of the oldest towns in New Jersey has become the poster child for “smart growth” and with the continued shift towards walkable living being desired, the military capital of the American Revolution is adding some modern housing to its historic landscape.
Local developer Bijou Properties should soon be the new owner of a previously approved redevelopment project in Hoboken’s northwestern neighborhood, a move that will hopefully help jumpstart the infusion of some cutting-edge green technology into the city’s housing stock.
The Newark community came together on Monday to celebrate the reopening of a long-shuttered downtown landmark. The Hahne and Company building officially re-opened this week with a ribbon cutting ceremony led by some of Newark’s most prominent players, both public and private.
An uptown Hoboken restaurant that’s been shuttered for almost three years will soon be replaced by a new apartment building and a ground-floor restaurant that will be run by an experienced New York City restauranteur.
Close to four years after it was originally proposed, plans are moving forward for The Residences at Symphony Hall, a fully affordable development at 359-407 Halsey Street in Newark.
Another new project is planned in Bayonne as development in the city continues to pick up. A report published by The Jersey Journal states that an 180-unit building is planned for 162-170 Avenue F, between 23rd and 24th Street, in the city's 2nd Ward.