A reworked proposal from Manhattan Building Company is set to transform several post-industrial lots into a modern building sporting retail space. The post Following Redesign, Jersey City Approves 80-Unit Bates Lofts Development appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Officials have moved forward with a plan to investigate whether a swath of Downtown land could qualify as a redevelopment area after a deal that would have paved the way for a linear park was derailed. The post Following Settlement Breakdown, Jersey City Will Study Area Around Sixth Street Embankment appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The prominent Jersey City developer has eliminated a controversial section of their previous proposal that would have made a portion of the park accessible only to residents of their buildings. The post Following Rejection, LeFrak Submits New Plans for Newport Pier Park appeared first on Jersey Digs.
GoFundMe campaigns, community vigils, and several donation opportunities have come together in the wake of Tuesday’s heartbreaking incident in Greenville. The post How Locals Can Help Following Jersey City’s Tragic Week appeared first on Jersey Digs.
In April, a fire tore through the field house at Riverbank Park in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood. Now, Essex County officials are looking to spend up to $1.1 million on a new field house. The post Following Fire, New Field House Proposed for Newark’s Riverbank Park appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The former Brownstone Diner and Pancake Factory will now be helmed by the daughter of the previous owners after undergoing an extensive renovation. The post Following Closure, Jersey City’s Brownstone Diner to Reopen as Life Pancake Company appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A developer sued after their plans for the ‘Hudson Yards West’ project in Union City were denied. Now, as part of a tentative settlement between the city and the developer, the Union City Planning Board is expected to hear a revised application. The post Following Lawsuit, Developer Once Again Seeks Approval for ‘Hudson Yards West’ […]
Hoboken residents have complained on social media about people riding on sidewalks, riding two to a scooter, and allowing kids to ride. Now, the city has hired two ‘micromobility officers’ to enforce safety. The post Following Complaints, Hoboken Hires Two ‘Micromobility’ Officers to Enforce Scooter Safety appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A lawsuit seeking to void a development’s approvals has sparked a project re-design that better conforms with existing zoning but eliminates all off-street parking spots. The post Following Lawsuit, 141 Brunswick Street in Jersey City Gets Redesigned appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The pizzeria, open for just over a year, stopped serving customers earlier this week and said they have sold the business to a “fantastic restauranteur.” The post As We Predicted, Pizza Vita Shuts Down Palisade Avenue Outpost Following Sale appeared first on Jersey Digs.