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Jersey City Approves Revamp of Forrest Street Development
A stalled Jersey City proposal for a parcel near the Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Light Rail Station has been redesigned.
Development Proposed for Century-Old Headstone Company Site in Jersey City
The E. Pompilio & Sons property in downtown Jersey City could soon be demolished to make way for a modern building with a ground-floor storefront.
Jersey City Approves 32-Unit Mixed-Use Project Near St. Peter’s University
A local company can now move forward with a development along West Side Ave, Jersey City that will add two storefronts to the streetscape.
Development Could Finally Happen at Vacant Newark Ave Site, Jersey City
A Jersey City property that has been vacant for almost four years could finally be revitalized while adding a new storefront.
Development Proposed near Saint Peter’s University, Jersey City
The five-story building would be constructed along West Side Avenue in Jersey City if approved.
Residential Redevelopment Planned for The Village, Jersey City
The building at the corner of Monmouth and 1st streets in Jersey City could be expanded into a three-story residential project.
Three Proposed Buildings Could Bring Nearly 200 Units to Communipaw Avenue, Jersey City
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.
Downtown Jersey City Garage Could Be Converted Into Art Studios
The owner of an old garage on Bright Street wants to convert the building into the “Bright St. Studios.”
Jersey City Heights Building Could Be Converted Into 13-Unit Project
A building on Irving Street in Jersey City that is used for warehousing and commercial purposes could be converted into a 13-unit development.
Jersey City Planning Board to Hear 11-Unit McGinley Square Development Application
A developer could replace a house at 87 Storms Avenue in Jersey City with a four-story multi-family project.
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