A path for pedestrians and bicyclists stretching from the Delaware to the Hudson? The cities of Bayonne and Jersey City are working together to make it happen. The post Morris Canal Greenway Project in Jersey City Moves Forward appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Here’s the next installment in our ongoing series with GreenPen Investments. In this part, we discuss how to obtain properties, the pitfalls of investors, and lessons learned while just starting out. The post Ask an Investor: Obtaining Properties, Joint Ventures, and Lessons From the Beginning appeared first on Jersey Digs.
With Journal Square’s development plans gaining traction, new spots are being drawn in — pairing good food with community engagement. The post Community Outreach Grows Along with New Development in Journal Square appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A new apartment building is in the works for a corner lot in Newark’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, hoping to develop land that has been vacant for almost 30 years. The post The View at Lincoln Park Looks to Bridge History and Fill a Void in Newark appeared first on Jersey Digs.
3193 Kennedy Boulevard will go from both two and three stories to five stories with both residential units and retail space. The post Residential Conversion Planned at 3193 Kennedy Boulevard, Western Slope appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A preliminary assessment for 2018 shows a rise in property values for the Jersey Shore city of Asbury Park. As the numbers go up, at least one group is trying to keep the community accessible for those who aren’t super rich. The post Asbury Park Property Values on the Rise appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The neighborhood’s new coffee house and espresso bar offers caffeine and a real community vibe at 85 Franklin Street. The post Froth on Franklin Finally Opens in The Heights, Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Justin Pugh and friends have created the perfect bachelor pad high atop the Jersey City Palisades. The post At Home in Jersey City with New York Giants’ Justin Pugh and Friends appeared first on Jersey Digs.