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Emotions run strong when it comes to new development. From the planning board to the city council, here's a handy guide to getting your voice heard as the future of Jersey City sprouts up around you.
What was originally planned as a façade rebuild, has become a historic integrity triage mission to revive crumbling mortar, falling bricks, and a demolished stoop.
From a single Hoboken project to some of New York City’s preeminent addresses, Toll Brothers City Living now sets its sights on Downtown Jersey City.
After decades of disrepair and a restoration that spanned four Jersey City administrations, the Apple Tree House is finally open to the public for exhibitions and events.
The famous pizzeria will be opening five outposts in New Jersey next year, including two spots just a quick PATH ride away from their original location.
After much anticipation, Ample Hills Creamery will soon start scooping their craft ice cream in downtown Jersey City.
Spoiler alert: No ghosts were spotted during the events of this article, but it wouldn’t be hard to believe on All Hallows’ Eve!
A decade after its demolition, the site of downtown Jersey City’s once-thriving artists’ community continues to sit undeveloped.
Both candidates in the city’s mayoral race discuss affordable housing, what’s currently being done to support it, and what they want to see moving forward.
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.