The Immigrants Memorial Monument by sculptor Camilo Satiro is in the Ironbound at the corner of Ferry Street and Edison Place. The post A Monument in Newark’s Ironbound Pays Tribute to Immigrants appeared first on Jersey Digs.
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.
Bruce Springsteen’s yearbook, Whitney Houston’s outfit and also Max Weinberg’s drumset are a few of the atttractions on display screen at the Grammy Gallery in Newark, New Jacket. (Oct. 20). Subscribe for even more Arts as well as Entertainment News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress. Obtain quickly, precise insurance coverage of every arts and also enjoyment tale making headlines […]
1631 Paterson Plank Road, which was the subject of a 116-unit development application last year, is now owned by a company based in Ohio. The post Cleveland-Based Company Pays $3M for Secaucus Development Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A tract in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood that was once expected to become home to a development called Vesey Street Commons was sold last year to a Union County company. The post Company Pays $3.8M for Property Opposite Newark’s Murphy Varnish Lofts appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Companies registered out of the same address as the Hanini Group spent millions last year buying up properties in Newark’s downtown. The post Newark Developer Pays Over $10M for Downtown Properties appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Yet another development could be built near the Liberty State Park light rail station in Jersey City. The planning board is scheduled to hear the proposal today, Tuesday, November 12, at 5:30 p.m. The post Developer Pays $4.7M for Bergen-Lafayette Properties, Plans 100+ Units appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The new owner of the old St. John’s AME Church in Jersey City has applied to rehabilitate the church, tear down a neighboring building, and convert the property into residential use. This is the third development proposal for the property in five years. The post Developer Pays $3M for Bergen-Lafayette Church Property, Proposes 36 Units […]