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A company is scheduled to present plans for four towers, two of which would consist of 55 stories, near Route 440 on the West Side of Jersey City. This comes after much of the site was sold for more than $25 million.
The city will soon be accepting bids on a plan that aims to bring a 400-space parking garage, public plaza, and more to the main retail corridor of The Heights.
The Bergen-Lafayette coffee shop has been awarded a contract to operate out of the concessions area at the 17-acre green space, a spot that will be the company’s third outpost.
A property in Bergen-Lafayette that is owned by the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency could become the site of a six-story mixed-use development.
A proposal looks to transform 18 acres of Downtown Jersey City property.
Jersey City's third Urby project might not be coming to fruition after all.
A prominent developer is looking to bring a mixed-use rental building to a Bergen-Lafayette property.
The city's redevelopment agency has taken a step toward restoring the Journal Square landmark into a 3,300-seat performing arts center, choosing the operator behind Newark’s Prudential Center for the job.
A non-profit has taken the city to court over their residential rezoning of a large Communipaw Avenue property that was allegedly set aside for a park expansion.
Boraie has submitted plans to build seven five-story buildings, retail space, and parking at properties near the Garfield Avenue Light Rail station.
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