New details have been revealed about an upcoming 267-unit project near the Elizabeth Train Station, including plans for a new park and second phase of the development. The post Tax Exemption Planned for Elizabeth’s Vinty Development appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Told through a compilation of stories, poems, songs, and narratives, the show sets out to invoke a hard discussion about who and what “America” really is. The post Opening Tonight: No Peeking Theatre presents INDIGENOUS; A discussion of the Native Experience appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A developer is looking to bring a four-story building to a site near Lincoln Park in Jersey City. The post Proposal Calls for Small Mixed-Use Building on Jersey City’s West Side appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A few months after opening in Jersey City, the New Brunswick-based coffee roastery will soon be adding their second Hudson County location. The post Hidden Grounds Coffee Expanding to Hoboken appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Under new management and with a new menu, Third & Vine welcomes summertime with light fare, fantastic wines, and sidewalk seating six days a week. The post Third & Vine Lightens Up But Stays Serious About Food and Wine appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Downtown Newark burger joint, which was owned by the same people as Maritime Parc, has permanently closed. The post Former Burg Space in Newark Remains Empty, But Could a New Restaurant Take Its Place? appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Officials are considering three choices for the Hackensack River property, one of which is purchasing the 95 acres and divvying it up for redevelopment. The post Jersey City Weighs Options for Bayfront Property appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Located at 280 Highland Avenue, this three-bedroom three-bath home is located on a wooded lot close to the city. The post Tucked Away In the Woods, Montclair Home Asks $799,000 appeared first on Jersey Digs.