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The 47-unit Hilltop View Project involving the adaptive reuse of and new construction around St. John's Episcopal Church on Summit Avenue in Jersey City was first announced more than five years ago. Now, a new application calls for a version of the project with even more residential units.
A developer’s application calls for bringing a 103-unit project to five properties near the Highland Avenue Station in Orange.
Orange is continuing to see a number of development proposals, especially near its two train stations. Now, a new project with six dozen units is being proposed for the Essex County city.
Development With 78 ‘Affordable’ Units and Healthcare Center Planned Next to Newark’s Georgia King...
Back in July, Jersey Digs reported that a development with residential units and a health facility could be coming to Newark. Now, new details and renderings have been revealed.
L+M Development Partners has announced that a high-rise currently under renovation will be under the umbrella of Urby, a living concept with locations in Jersey City and Harrison that plans to expand across the country.
A four-story building at the corner of Norfolk Street and Sussex Avenue in University Heights that was previously used by the Newark Renaissance House could be converted into a mixed-use development.
Plans from a nonprofit to bring a nine-story building to a lot near McGinley Square with 55% affordable housing will be heard soon.
In 1890, the Kastners bought a plot of land in what was then the German district, and hired a talented, but lost-in-time architect to build them a "beer-baron mansion" with Franz’s initials – FJK – etched over the doorway, a feature that came crashing down earlier this year.
Two developers are teaming up to overhaul a prominent housing complex that will preserve 406 units of affordable housing for the next few decades.
A developer is proposing a project with 18 units on property owned by the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency, but it is not yet clear how much of the building would include “affordable housing.”
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