Hoboken is looking to construct a new Public Works building and annex so Ironstate Development can build a 360-unit Urby project on land that houses the current facility. The post Hoboken Hires Design Firm, Targets Uptown Property for Modern DPW appeared first on Jersey Digs.
125A Lincoln Street in Jersey City features four bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, a private backyard, and every modern perk. The post Chic Single-Family For Sale Distinguished by Stunning Timeless Design, The Heights appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The lawsuit claims millions were spent on a Jersey City fountain renovation that had poorly drawn-up plans. The post Hudson County Sues Over Lincoln Park Fountain Renovation Design appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Unit 3 at 316 2nd Street features two bedrooms, two baths, access to everything Downtown, and an easy commute to NYC. The post Stunning Design and a Private Rooftop Terrace Define this DTJC Duplex For Sale appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A massive effort that will update infrastructure, build green space, and provide flood relief to vulnerable areas of Hoboken, Weehawken, and Jersey City should take about four years to build out. The post Ground Broken on $230 Million ‘Rebuild by Design’ Flood Mitigation Project appeared first on Jersey Digs.
An initiative to replace an aging police facility in the city’s northernmost neighborhood has officially entered the next development stage. The post Jersey City Reveals Fresh Design for New North District Police Station appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Rare is an understatement for this oversized brownstone loft. The post In Jersey City’s Hamilton Park Neighborhood, an Arts & Design Paradise Astonishes appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Key Food relocated its corporate office from Staten Island to Matawan, New Jersey, and Ware Malcomb provided interior architecture and design, as well as branding, services for the project. The post Award-Winning Design Firm Announces Completion of New Key Food HQ in New Jersey appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The city appears to have settled on a design for a new greenspace near the Weehawken border, which is a major component of a $220 million flood mitigation project that has seen significant delays. The post Hoboken Chooses “Meadow Concept” for Rebuild By Design Park appeared first on Jersey Digs.