A new ordinance revamping zoning regulations could help a film production facility rise at a former industrial property near the Bayonne Bridge. The post Bayonne Looks to Facilitate a Film Studio on 70 Waterfront Acres appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A pair of property-owning companies are taking the city to court hoping to throw out changes that could allow three new developments to rise near the city’s train station. The post Lawsuit Looks to Derail Changes to Hoboken Yard Redevelopment Plan appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The company had initially planned a 10-story rental building at the half-acre parcel but is changing course just months after completing a high-rise on land across the street. The post Ironstate Looks to Sell Grove Street Development Site in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A lawsuit over community givebacks has officially killed an agreement that would have allowed a 20-story hotel to rise along the Hudson River. The post Hoboken Voids Hilton Hotel Deal, Looks to Negotiate New Pact appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The grocery giant recently announced they won’t be further expanding their budget-conscious “365” brand, which created some questions about the upcoming Lincoln Harbor store. The post Whole Foods 365 in Weehawken Looks Like It’s Still Moving Forward appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The undercover agents would be used to investigate employee performance and service conditions. The post New Jersey Transit Looks to Hire Undercover Investigators appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The newest development in an emerging Downtown neighborhood is being marketed for sale just a year after opening. The post Developer Looks to Sell Soho Lofts For Upwards of $265 Million appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The extended-stay hotel would be constructed on a busy road between Trenton and Princeton. The post Woodspring Suites Looks to Build Hotel in Lawrence Township appeared first on Jersey Digs.