The borough has officially taken over the historic but shuttered theater and will be working with a local developer on a plan to revitalize the property. The post Rutherford Gains Redevelopment Control over Williams Center for the Arts appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Asbury Park’s planning board finally greenlit a controversial proposal from Manhattan-based iStar, who can now construct a private club that will overlook the boardwalk and Atlantic Ocean. The post After Two Years of Debate, Asbury Beach Club Gains Approval appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Following months of debate, the city’s planning board has signed off on a modified application to bring a walkway, art plaza, seating areas, and more to a pier along the Hudson River. The post Jersey City’s Controversial Newport Pier Park Gains Approval appeared first on Jersey Digs.
An office-heavy scheme was approved by the council last week, a move that sets a framework to negotiate an agreement to build three buildings along the NJ Transit-owned land. The post Latest Version of Hoboken Yard Redevelopment Plan Gains Approvals appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Heights continues to have Jersey City’s best appreciation, while the looming effects of the property revaluation have slowed Downtown’s rise. The post Latest Market Report Shows Countywide Gains, But Caution in Downtown JC appeared first on Jersey Digs.