A vacant Jersey City building on MLK Drive that once contained a pharmacy could be torn down and replaced with a 16-unit development. The post Five-Story Development Could Come to Greenville appeared first on Jersey Digs.
30 new units are planned near the corner of Brunswick Street and Newark Avenue in Downtown Jersey City. The post Apartments Could Replace Downtown Jersey City Funeral Home appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The company that was planning to restore a historic building in Downtown Newark has now sold the property to a residential developer. The post Could Newark’s Historic Griffith Building Finally be Restored? appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Plans to tear down the old Saint Peter’s Grammar School, which partially dates back to 1861, have been met with controversy. The post Parking Could Replace a 19th Century Schoolhouse in Downtown Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
569 and 571-577 Broad Street are located in the heart of Downtown Newark and are possible locations for new development. The post Two Downtown Newark Properties Could Soon Have New Owners appeared first on Jersey Digs.
While most major development projects in Newark lately have been proposed for Downtown and the Ironbound, a Bergen County company is planning to construct buildings as high as 16 stories in the city’s outer neighborhoods. The post Five New Towers Could Rise West of Downtown Newark appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Shaquille O’Neal and Boraie Development are planning a 33-story tower at the corner of McCarter Highway and Market Street in Downtown Newark. The site was previously supposed to contain an office building, but it was never built. The post Plans for Newark’s Second ‘Shaq Tower’ Could Soon Be Approved appeared first on Jersey Digs.
New Jersey approved tax credits for the online investing company that could help bring over 250 customer services positions to the state’s second largest city. The post E*Trade Could Bring 250 Jobs to Jersey City From the Philippines appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Part of the Saint Peter’s Grammar School complex was built in 1861 while the other dates back to 1894, but the entire edifice could be torn down soon. Three years before becoming president, Woodrow Wilson delivered his first general election campaign speech inside while running to become New Jersey’s governor. The post After 157 Years, […]
A developer is looking to bring 170 units to several adjacent properties in Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette section. The post Eight-Story Building Could Rise Near Berry Lane Park appeared first on Jersey Digs.