A Rockland County, New York-based company acquired a vacant hospital building on Central Avenue in Newark that was previously expected to be converted into apartments. The post Newark’s Vacant Hospital for Women and Children Sells for $3.6M appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A department store that has sat empty for years near where Springfield meets Short Hills could be torn down in order to make way for a new complex. The post 270 Units Could Replace Vacant Saks Fifth Avenue Location in Springfield appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The City of Newark is selling several adjacent properties at the corner of 14th and Morris Avenues to a developer. The post 24-Unit Development Could Come to Vacant Newark Corner appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Coe Mansion, located on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Newark, currently sits vacant. Now, the historic home, which was once home to Senator Cory Booker, could be converted into 15 apartments. The post Newark’s Vacant Coe Mansion, Once Home to Cory Booker, Could Be Converted into Apartments appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A Bergen County developer wants to construct a five-story development in Newark’s North Ward. The post 64-Unit Building Could Replace Vacant Lot on Newark’s Mount Prospect Avenue appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A new development is planned next to the new 245 Newark building in Downtown Jersey City. This project could bring 16 units to the neighborhood. The post Five-Story Building Could Replace Vacant Newark Avenue Lot appeared first on Jersey Digs.
In the midst of controversy regarding possible development in the Bates Street Redevelopment Area, the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency is looking to buy two lots in the neighborhood. The post JCRA Wants to Buy Vacant Center Street Properties in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A new residential building could come to John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Jersey City. The proposal is scheduled to be heard Thursday, June 14. The post Multi-Family Development Planned for Vacant Greenville Lot appeared first on Jersey Digs.