The company is requesting changes to a redevelopment plan that would allow them to provide required affordable units at an undisclosed location within one mile of their 57-story high rise. The post With Construction Well Underway, Mack-Cali Asks to Move The Charlotte’s Affordable Housing Off-Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The project, which is adaptively reusing an old Wonder Bread factory into 83 condominiums and retail space, looks to deliver their first homes during the middle of 2021. The post Hoboken’s Wonder Lofts Set to Wrap Construction Next Summer appeared first on Jersey Digs.
In the next decade, thousands of new residences in Newark and Jersey City will vie for space with existing landmarks. A new class of social media influencers is hoping they can help salvage this history through stunning imagery. The post As Construction Boom Continues, Social Media Influencers are Becoming Preservationists appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Two major projects looking to spruce up one of Jersey City’s oldest institutions are moving full speed ahead during the summer months. The post St. Peter’s University Kicks Off Dorm Construction, Athletic Center Renovation appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A project that’s stirred some controversy will see the existing Fulton Street Park demolished in favor of new green space along nearby Martin Luther King Jr. Drive that will feature a canopied stage, playgrounds, and more. The post Construction Starts on Mary McLeod Bethune Park in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Many of the city’s largest towers and biggest developments are still active worksites due to carve-outs in Governor Murphy’s orders halting non-essential construction. The post Most Construction in Jersey City Continues Despite COVID-19 Restrictions appeared first on Jersey Digs.
An executive order will halt all non-essential construction in New Jersey beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday. The post Gov Murphy Halts Non-Essential Construction in NJ to Fight Spread of COVID19 appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A six-story building has been approved for the site of a former furniture store in New Jersey’s third largest city. The post Construction Could Begin This Year on 154-Unit Downtown Paterson Project appeared first on Jersey Digs.