Several businesses closing in quick succession and construction delays along the car-free stretch of Newark Avenue have delivered a significant blow to what is one of the city’s top destinations. The post Closings, Vacancies Highlight Growing Pains Along Jersey City’s Pedestrian Plaza appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The state’s most densely populated county generated by far the most short-term rental revenue, accounting for almost half of the statewide total. The post New Jersey’s Airbnb Hosts Earned $175 Million During 2019 appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A six-story building with a daycare center and 10 apartments could be built across the street from Weequahic Park. The post Daycare Center and Apartments Proposed for Newark’s South Ward appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Settings app is one of the most used applications on our gadgets, and it is used to manage or monitor various actions or functions. Sometimes, users encounter crashing issues of Settings applications, and there are various reasons behind it. It may not work on various editions or systems, and this problem is also found on Windows […]
Microsoft is one of the most popular tech giants across the globe that provides various software and program to make our digital life smoother. Sometimes, some harmful bugs and viruses create hindrances in our tasks. The error code “0x80246013” is the result of these bugs and corrupted system program. This error arises when we try […]
The block-long mixed-use property, dubbed the Liberty Innovation Centre, will soon be changing hands and is looking to draw tech, healthcare, and medical tenants to the space. The post Thor Equities is Buying a Jersey City Office Building for $94.5 Million appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A unique franchise has just inked a deal to bring naan pizzas, paneer pies, and more traditional Italian offerings to space in Journal Square. The post Chicago’s Pizza With a Twist Bringing Indian-Fusion Pies to Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A new residential apartment project has been approved by the Union Township Planning Board and will consist of 153 units, 23 of which will be designated as affordable. The post 153-Unit Rental Apartment Project Approved in Union Township appeared first on Jersey Digs.