A four-story building could come to an industrial property in North Bergen that is located a block from the city limits of Jersey City and Union City. The post Application Calls for 27-Unit Development at North Bergen’s Capitol Box Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The old home of La Mexicana along Route 440 in Jersey City near Society Hill could become the site of an eight-story development. The post Proposed Eight-Story Building Could Add 158 Units Near Jersey City’s Bayfront Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Town of West New York sold the old Hudson Hall Community Center building for more than $2 million to a developer. Now, the new 35-unit development that has been created at the site could receive a five-year tax exemption. The post Tax Exemption Planned for 35-Unit Project at West New York Community Center Site […]
A developer wants to bring a building with 155 units to a site on Newark’s Irvine Turner Boulevard that was once home to the Queen of Angels Church and School. The post Renderings Released of 155-Unit Proposal for Newark’s Queen of Angels Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A building at the corner of Halsey Street and Central Avenue in Downtown Newark that previously contained the 31 Central art studios is expected to be replaced with a 10-story development. Now, new information about the proposed project involving L+M Development Partners and Prudential Financial has been released. The post New Details Revealed About 10-Story […]
After Jersey Digs broke the story about a proposed 660-unit development at the old Pabst Blue Ribbon site, Newark officials are planning to hold a Facebook Live event to explain the project to the community. The post Newark to Hold Virtual Community Meeting About 660-Unit Pabst Site Project appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A new mixed-use building could be coming to 3516 John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Jersey City. The post 20-Unit Project Proposed for Garden State Awards Site in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Several current and former public housing sites in Newark’s South Ward could be designated as places in need of redevelopment by the Newark Central Planning Board. The post Newark’s Seth Boyden Terrace Site Could Become ‘Area in Need of Redevelopment’ appeared first on Jersey Digs.