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NYC’s The Boil Could Open a Restaurant in Jersey City
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A popular Manhattan restaurant with two locations is looking to acquire DoShe’s liquor license in downtown Jersey City. The post NYC’s The Boil Could Open a Restaurant in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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Apartments Could Replace West New York’s Coronet Building
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A developer is looking to bring 18 units to this growing Hudson County town. The proposal will be heard tonight at West New York’s Town Hall. The post Apartments Could Replace West New York’s Coronet Building appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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8-Story Development Could Replace Jersey City Warehouse
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A developer is seeking to tear down an industrial facility on the West Side in order to build a residential project. The proposal will be heard by the planning board tonight at City Hall at 5:30 p.m. The post 8-Story Development Could Replace Jersey City Warehouse appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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Former Burg Space in Newark Remains Empty, But Could a New Restaurant Take Its Place?
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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.

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Scott Towers Development Could Bring 90 Units to Newark
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A new plan is one of several development proposals for the area just south of Newark’s Government Center. The post Scott Towers Development Could Bring 90 Units to Newark appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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Plans for 443-Unit Development Near Princeton Could Move Forward
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Luxury apartments, with some designated as affordable, plus amenities and parking are proposed for the vacant lot adjacent to the seminary. The post Plans for 443-Unit Development Near Princeton Could Move Forward appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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New Owner Could Mean New Plans for Controversial Bright and Varick Development
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A micro-unit project in Van Vorst Park could be scaled back now that the property has been sold to a Jersey City-based developer, who will present their plans to the community next month. The post New Owner Could Mean New Plans for Controversial Bright and Varick Development appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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More Apartments Could Come to Newark’s MLK Boulevard
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A developer is planning to bring over 30 apartments to a lot at the edge of Downtown Newark. The post More Apartments Could Come to Newark’s MLK Boulevard appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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