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The McKenzie brings eight luxury residences and a two-family home to the historic former church property at 160 Mercer Street, Jersey City.
An eatery serving Paulus Hook for almost two decades has launched a new seafood-themed space complete with outdoor seating and also have plans to expand their main restaurant into a neighboring building.
The planning board denied an application that would have built several public amenities on a Newport pier but also set aside a large section exclusively for tenants of their properties.
Unit 806 is a luxury two-bed, two-bath residence in the heart of Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District with high-end finishes and private outdoor space.
Unit 710 is a spacious one-bedroom, boasting a bonus room and a sunny eastern exposure in a DTJC premier luxury building.
The Hudson County Schools of Technology could spend $7 million to acquire 180 9th Street from the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency. The property is currently home to Explore Middle School.
A plan is in the works to replace three side-by-side rowhouses with a new four-story structure in The Village section of Downtown.
Ownership behind Dorrian’s Red Hand is set to take over the Newark Avenue space that formerly housed an art-forward restaurant that closed after 17 years.
The layout at 88 Morgan Street features three bedrooms and four baths across 2,350 square feet and New York City views.
Several of the upcoming routes aim to better link the city’s east to west cycling infrastructure, as new lanes are coming to both a main corridor and a rapidly developing street in the Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood.