We are deeply disappointed that the Jersey City Council approved a sham inclusionary zoning bill even after hearing four hours of testimony from more than 60 residents and advocates who were opposed. The post Letter: Fair Share Housing Center Decries Rush to Pass Faulty Housing Ordinance Over Strong Community Objections appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Last night, Jersey City’s Redevelopment Agency greenlit a settlement that ends years of litigation with Kushner Companies and advances a long-stalled high-rise forward. The post Jersey City Approves Legal Settlement Over Kushner’s One Journal Square appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The owners of a warehouse in The Heights have filed a lawsuit seeking a new hearing from the zoning board, who denied their adaptive reuse application for a 75-unit project. The post 107 New York Avenue Sues Jersey City Over Development Rejection appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The annual Point-in-Time Count aims to estimate the number of people experiencing homelessness in New Jersey and throughout the country. Now, the numbers from the 2020 count have been released, showing a general uptick in homelessness statewide. The post Count Finds Over 3,000 People Experiencing Homelessness in Essex and Hudson Counties appeared first on Jersey […]
The old Capital One bank branch at 201 Newark Avenue in Jersey City was sold to a firm associated with Landmark Developers. The post Company Pays Over $5 Million for Former Downtown Jersey City Bank appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The City of Bayonne wants to remove the East 25th Street pedestrian bridge over the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail in order to construct a new bridge. The post Bayonne Plans to Replace East 25th Street Pedestrian Bridge Over Light Rail appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A non-profit made up of local property owners are challenging two ordinances halting rent increases and tenant evictions amid COVID-19, claiming the new laws violate their civil rights. The post Property Owners File Suit Against Union City Over Rent, Eviction Freezes appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Four Jersey City residents are taking Suez and a contractor to court over the service disruption, which they claim left them without water to wash their hands amid COVID-19 concerns. The post Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Last Week’s Water Main Break in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.