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One of the owners of a Jersey City house wants to add a small café and art gallery to the structure’s ground floor.
340 Randolph Avenue brings a historic look and feel and modern appointments to the heart of Bergen-Lafayette.
The council will soon vote on awarding a contract to design the facility, which would occupy 8,000 square feet of a new development’s ground floor.
The business will be cutting the ribbon later today and following that up with a “kid-preneur” pop-up shop and an open mic night this weekend.
The Bergen-Lafayette coffee shop has been awarded a contract to operate out of the concessions area at the 17-acre green space, a spot that will be the company’s third outpost.
A unique project could be coming to a lot that currently sits vacant along Martin Luther King Drive in Jersey City.
The property garnered multiple offers, all over the asking price and waiving almost all contingencies.
A development set to include 169 rental units will become the tallest building in Bergen-Lafayette by a significant margin.
Two properties located in Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette section could soon be developed.
A property in Bergen-Lafayette that is owned by the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency could become the site of a six-story mixed-use development.