A mixed-use project called “The Ballantine” could come to Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood, but an existing building would need to be demolished first. The post 280-Unit Development Could Replace Building Around Newark’s Old Ballantine Brewery Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Officials have moved forward with a plan to investigate whether a swath of Downtown land could qualify as a redevelopment area after a deal that would have paved the way for a linear park was derailed. The post Following Settlement Breakdown, Jersey City Will Study Area Around Sixth Street Embankment appeared first on Jersey Digs.
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 […]
The public will soon get a chance to weigh in on a plan by the Morris County Park Commission to dispose of a 6.5-acre site in Hanover Township in order to facilitate a private redevelopment project. The post Project with ‘Affordable Housing’ Envisioned Around Undeveloped Parkland in Whippany appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The City of Newark is considering a 30-year tax abatement for a proposed age-restricted development in the East Ward. The post Tax Abatement Possible for 69-Unit Development Around Newark’s Terrell Homes appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A proposal to bring hundreds of apartments to a nearly 11-acre site in Hightstown also calls for the adaptive reuse of the Bank Street Brick Mill and neighboring Bank Street Concrete Mill. The post ‘City Line’ Proposal Calls for 387 Units Around Former Hightstown Mill appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Newark Housing Authority is planning to partner with a private developer to bring close to 70 residential units for senior citizens. The post New Details Revealed About Development Around Newark’s Terrell Homes appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A development with multiple phases is moving forward in Jersey City. The first phase is already under construction and the developer just received a key approval to bring three additional towers to Journal Square. The post Namdar Now Plans Six High-Rise Projects Around Journal Square appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The request for proposals (RFP) for the “Hudson County Ferry Service Expansion Assessment” was made public at the end of last week. The post Jersey City, Bayonne, Kearny May Get Ferries Around Hackensack and Passaic Rivers appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The neighborhood near the West Side light rail station in Jersey City is growing, but retains some of the charm of yesteryear, with old homes and small businesses. The post Weekend Walks: A Photographic Tour Around Jersey City’s West Side appeared first on Jersey Digs.