The liquor license previously used by The Newark Club, which closed four years ago, could potentially be used at the old Noodle Shop space on Market Street. The post New Restaurant with Liquor License Could Come to Newark’s Former Noodle Shop Space appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A hearing has been scheduled for an application that calls for a new five-story building to be constructed in the Ironbound section of Newark. The post 50-Unit Development Could Rise Across the Street from Newark’s Riverfront Park appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Newark’s municipal government is looking to create a new group that would assist “with the maintenance and management” of Mulberry Commons, Riverfront Park, Military Park, Washington Park, and Lincoln Park. The post Newark Could Create Foundation to Help Manage Downtown Parks appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Lincoln Equities is asking for zoning modifications that would allow them to build several high-rises along the Hoboken border in a deal that includes a new light rail station. The post Holland Park Proposal Could Bring New Light Rail Station, 800 Units to Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A former industrial site located a few blocks south of the train station in Raritan could be redeveloped in order to create a 70-unit project. The post ‘Riverview at Raritan’ Development with 70 Units Could Come to Somerset County appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A proposed municipal ordinance in Elizabeth would ban short-term rentals that are not owner-occupied and cause other regulations to be put in place. The post Elizabeth Could Implement New Restrictions on Short-Term Rentals appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Jersey City’s municipal government has received a proposal calling for a 223-unit mixed-use building at the corner of Academy Street and Summit Avenue. The post 18-Story Building Could Replace Parking Lot in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is reviewing plans that call for converting two nearby industrial buildings in Orange’s Valley neighborhood into residential developments. The post Adaptive Reuse Projects Could Bring 46 Residential Units to Orange appeared first on Jersey Digs.