Parents at P.S. 16 have launched an initiative looking to close a playground section of the historic park during weekday school hours as a decision on the matter looms from the city council. The post Battle Over Jersey City’s Paulus Hook Park Playground Spawns Petition appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A Hackensack-based company wants to bring a mixed-use project to a vacant corner of Johnston Avenue, Jersey City. The post Another Development near Liberty State Park Heads to Jersey City’s Planning Board appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Some changes have been made to the plans for a 10-story mixed-use complex in McGinley Square, Jersey City. The post Jersey City’s ‘Monticello Triangle’ Project Now Slated to Include Over 300 Units appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Toll Brothers has begun pile driving at the site of their delayed 33-story tower, which will include hundreds of condominiums plus a performing arts theater on the ground floor. The post Phase Three of Jersey City’s Provost Square Will Finally Rise This Fall appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A judge ruled that controversial legislation designed to regulate affordable housing in the city’s new developments violates several state laws due to carve outs and other issues. The post Court Throws Out Jersey City’s ‘Deeply Flawed’ Inclusionary Housing Ordinance appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A five-story building might come to 241 Martin Luther King Drive in Jersey City. The post Jersey City’s MLK Drive Sees Another Mixed-Use Development Proposal appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A building with nearly 600 residential units and 45,000 square feet of retail space might be approved for three Jersey City properties. The post 27-Story Tower Envisioned near Jersey City’s Five Corners appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A Matawan-based company is looking to construct a modern building with an industrial look that includes apartments and a ground-floor storefront space. The post Redevelopment in the Works for Jersey City’s Fiesta Grill Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.