The old Gethsemane Baptist Church in Bergen-Lafayette is the subject of a proposal that calls for turning the building into a residential development. The post Former Jersey City Church Could Be Converted Into Residential Development appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A few weeks ago, Jersey Digs reported that the old Hamilton Building and Loan Association site near Arts High School in Newark had been sold to a developer for more than $1.5 million. Now, new details have been revealed about the new owner’s plans for the property. The post Development Called ‘The Blvd’ Could Replace […]
The old Hamilton Building and Loan Association site on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Newark’s Central Ward was sold to a company associated with the Lofts at Lincoln Park project. The post Developer Buys Former Bank Property in Newark for $1.55M appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A former industrial site near a Passaic County landmark might be converted into parkland. The post New Park Could Come to the Former Colt Gun Mill Site in Paterson appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A developer wants to turn a former Ethan Allen furniture distribution complex along the Passaic River into an apartment complex. The post 251 Apartments Envisioned for Former Ethan Allen Furniture Complex in Passaic appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The former Maple Avenue Elementary School, which was the subject of a 57-unit adaptive reuse proposal in 2018, might become a charter school instead. The post Former Newark Public School Could Be Converted Into Charter School appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A prominent 7,000-square-foot restaurant space along the city’s waterfront is being repurposed into a childcare center that’s expanding from their neighboring storefront. The post Cresthill Academy Taking Over Former McLoone’s Space in Hoboken appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A new coffee and breakfast spot dubbed Lil’ Dove Café is now open at 589 Palisade Avenue. The post Lil’ Dove Café Soft Opens in Former Congress Station Space in The Heights appeared first on Jersey Digs.