A six-story development could be coming to a property in Fairview that is situated a few feet from the North Bergen, Hudson County line. The post Project with Nearly 100 Units Envisioned for 1 Bergen Boulevard, Fairview appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The four-story plan could be approved by the Newark Zoning Board of Adjustment during a virtual meeting on Thursday, January 14, at 6:00 p.m. The post Developer Wants to Bring 29 Residential Units to Newark’s West Ward appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Three adjacent properties near the Garden State Parkway in Essex County could become the site of a development with close to three dozen units. The East Orange Planning Board is scheduled to hear this application on Wednesday, January 13. The post Development with 32 Units Proposed for North Oraton Parkway, East Orange appeared first on […]
The 47-unit Hilltop View Project involving the adaptive reuse of and new construction around St. John’s Episcopal Church on Summit Avenue in Jersey City was first announced more than five years ago. Now, a new application calls for a version of the project with even more residential units. The post Plans for Development Around Jersey […]
A new development consisting of roughly a dozen residential buildings is being proposed for a community in Ocean County’s Lacey Township. The post Residential Complex with 78 Units Proposed off Route 9 in Forked River appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A developer’s application calls for bringing a 103-unit project to five properties near the Highland Avenue Station in Orange. The post Development With Over 100 Units Proposed for Orange’s Valley Neighborhood appeared first on Jersey Digs.
An all-residential development is being proposed for two properties on Marie Place near I-78 in Newark’s South Ward. The post Development With 18 Units Proposed Near I-78 in Newark appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Jersey City’s planning board unanimously voted against changes that would allow Mack-Cali to shift their project’s required affordable housing to another development they own on Washington Boulevard. The post Request to Move Upcoming DTJC Tower’s Affordable Units Off-Site Gets Cold Reception appeared first on Jersey Digs.