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Hoboken’s planning board is slated to review an application for a 60-unit building along Newark Street that includes three storefronts and a new public plaza.
A block-long strip mall in an emerging Jersey City neighborhood will be demolished and replaced with a 15-story project.
The owners of a block-long warehouse in The Heights, Jersey City hope that a new version of a rejected development can finally win over the community and revitalize the site.
A Jersey City business that served the community for almost 50 years could soon be home to a restoration and addition project that includes ground floor retail space.
The old school restaurant will shut down soon to make way for a redevelopment plan that will reinstall the diner inside a modern building.
A Jersey City building of notable historic significance could meet the wrecking ball if a new application is approved.
The Matawan-based company is looking to develop two condominium buildings on Bergh Street.
The plan will construct two buildings along Summit Avenue, rehabilitate a historic home, and add a new green space and playground along Storms Avenue.
The planning board signed off on a proposal to develop a former car dealership into two 12-story buildings set to add retail space along Kennedy Boulevard.
A Pep Boys facility is slated to meet the wrecking ball and be replaced with a 30-story mixed-use development that includes office space plus a penthouse restaurant.