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Ward A Councilperson Denise Ridley, who represents Greenville in Jersey City, discusses her outlook for the neighborhood during her first term in office.
This former textile mill, just off Exit 14B on the New Jersey Turnpike in Jersey City, is the ideal spot for makers, non-residential artist lofts, carpenters, or similar creative fields.
This newly renovated three bedroom on Dwight Street, just two blocks from the Richard Street Light Rail, offers plenty of light and historic charm.
As Greenville's demographics shift, bodega owners and the Hispanic American Commerce Association organize to keep a neighborhood touchstone and a sense of community intact.
Community Outreach Team, Inc. is planning to bring market-rate, age restricted, and affordable housing, a community center, and more to Jersey City.
Employing the same successful model used at New City Kids’ three existing sites, the new center will serve an additional 60 children and provide employment for 20 more high school students.
A 20-unit building is set to come to the site of a community garden on Ocean Avenue.
A new resource center, Uneeek Inspiration, will be coming to Jersey City’s Greenville neighborhood on Ocean Ave.
Employing a proven model, the GSECDC has transformed and sold a total of 97 units in Jersey City, many of which are within the “I Love Greenville Community Plan” target area.
A new residential building will rise near the border of Jersey City’s Greenville and Bergen-Lafayette neighborhoods.