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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.
A Bright Street building once used as a paint factory outlet could be replaced with a mixed-use project just a few blocks from an iconic “ghost sign” that is passed by thousands of drivers every day.
A company with deep ties to a prominent political family is looking to the courts in hopes of derailing a Hackensack mixed-use project.
Jersey City’s planning board approved the revisioning of a 56-unit project that will reduce the visual impact on the streetscape and add housing to one of the area’s quieter streets.
Jersey City has signed off on a plan to build twin 12-story buildings with retail separated by an 8,000-square foot public plaza.
Several companies are bringing over 3,000 housing units, a 1.5-acre park, and more than 73,000 square feet of retail space to a post-industrial neighborhood near the Hoboken border.