A large mixed-use project in Elizabeth that Jersey Digs first reported on more than three years ago is still in the works, but some changes to the plans were recently approved. The post Changes Made to 274-Unit ‘Jersey Walk’ Project at Former Elizabeth Hospital Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A 30-year survey and a transportation advocacy group could bring route changes and modernization to the NJ Transit bus system. The post Pandemic Left NJ Transit Hanging by a Thread, but Big Changes May Lie Ahead appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The 250-unit project at 155 Washington Street in Newark, which was previously owned by Rutgers University, will now see an increase in retail space and a removal of the pedestrian mews component. The post Board Approves Changes to Newark’s 155 Washington Street Project appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A pair of property-owning companies are taking the city to court hoping to throw out changes that could allow three new developments to rise near the city’s train station. The post Lawsuit Looks to Derail Changes to Hoboken Yard Redevelopment Plan appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Last year, plans to change the facade of One Gateway Center by Newark Penn Station were revealed. Now, the proposal could be approved by the Newark Central Planning Board. The post Changes to Newark’s Gateway Center Could be Approved Tonight appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The planning board has authorized plans from Kushner Companies that eliminates four floors of office space from the development. The post Changes Approved for Smaller Version of 30 Journal Square appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The former home of B’nai Jeshurun in Newark now has a new owner and could become known as “The Crown Building.” The post Could Changes Once Again Come to a Former Newark Synagogue? appeared first on Jersey Digs.
After serving customers for generations, and being crowned the top diner in America, Tops Diner in East Newark is planning to replace its iconic building. The post Big Changes in Store for East Newark’s Tops Diner appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Plans for a 115-unit Newark development by Queen Latifah were first revealed over two years ago. Now, another project is being proposed for the site. The post Are Changes in Store for Queen Latifah’s Newark Development? appeared first on Jersey Digs.
One of Jersey City’s hottest neighborhoods will be getting new, stricter on-street parking regulations as the car crunch is getting even tighter in the area. The post Street Parking Changes Coming to The Heights in September appeared first on Jersey Digs.