Spitzer Enterprises was recently given the go-ahead to bring a 386-unit development to a half-acre parcel near Journal Square that will add a sizeable storefront to the corner of Summit and Sip avenues. The post Jersey City Planning Board Approves 26-Story Tower at 425 Summit Avenue appeared first on Jersey Digs.
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. The post Revamp of 17-23 Perrine Avenue Moves Forward Near Journal Square appeared first on Jersey Digs.
After months of delays, a $6 million project that will add granite pavers, green infrastructure, planters, and illuminated seating to one of Jersey City’s prominent destinations has an official timeline. The post Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Renovation to Begin Next Spring appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Two adjacent properties that have long sat vacant along Communipaw Avenue in Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette section could become the site of an 18-unit mixed-use development if a proposal by the owner continues to advance. The post Five-Story Building Could Replace Vacant Lots on Communipaw Avenue, Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Jersey Digs reported in October that the old Capital One bank site at 201 Newark Avenue in Jersey City had been sold for more than $5 million. Now, we’ve learned that a 100-room hotel called “The Albion” and a restaurant could come to the premises. The post Hotel and Restaurant Proposed for Downtown Jersey City’s […]
Plans to bring a six-story building to McGinley Square have taken a step forward. The post 46-Unit Development at 669 Bergen Avenue in Jersey City Clears a Hurdle appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Jersey City Zoning Board of Adjustment is scheduled to hear plans this week to bring a five-story building with a roof deck to 80-82 Romaine Avenue. The post Development Proposal Calls for Building With 16 Units on Jersey City’s Romaine Avenue appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A group partially run by New York’s former Governor will soon be presenting plans for a 386-unit mixed use development. The post Elliot Spitzer’s Company to Pitch High-Rise on Jersey City’s Summit Avenue appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A Jersey City developer has made a few modifications to their 124-unit project, which would be built on a narrow lot in the Marion neighborhood and is set to include 13 units of affordable housing. The post Renderings Revealed for 13-Story Development at 161 Van Wagenen Avenue appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Officials are working with Lawrenceville-based Community Investment Strategies on a plan to bring a 24-unit senior housing building to a city-owned parking lot. The post Affordable Housing Development in the Works Along Hoboken’s Willow Avenue appeared first on Jersey Digs.