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Major changes could be coming to a section of Jersey City’s West Side near Lincoln Park. Several properties, including the old Al’s Diner site, are the subject of development applications.
The owner of an old garage on Bright Street wants to convert the building into the “Bright St. Studios.”
A building on Irving Street in Jersey City that is used for warehousing and commercial purposes could be converted into a 13-unit development.
A developer could replace a house at 87 Storms Avenue in Jersey City with a four-story multi-family project.
The old Gethsemane Baptist Church in Bergen-Lafayette is the subject of a proposal that calls for turning the building into a residential development.
The city’s zoning board green lit a plan to demolish a one-story warehouse and replace it with a 19-unit project that includes two ground floor storefronts.
Plans to revitalize vacant land next to Dr. Michael Conti Public School #5 moved forward last month via a new residential-only project that does not include any off-street parking.
In another sign that Jersey City development continues to push further into neighborhoods outside of Downtown, the Planning Board recently approved a new project at 420-424 Whiton Street in the Lafayette neighborhood.
With downtown prices rising and development sites scarce, it appears Journal Square is the next frontier. We just got word on a new project in the works at 17-19 Perrine Ave.
Surrounded by brick rowhouses, brownstones, and Queen Anne style apartment buildings, the Friendship Masonic Lodge at 78 Summit Avenue in Bergen Hill is undergoing a remarkable transformation that will bring it back to life.
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