The recently announced executive order, placing a temporary moratorium on demolitions of one-four family homes, doesn’t address the real issue facing Jersey City’s future growth. The post Why a Demolition Ban Wasn’t the Right Answer for Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A war of words and a lawsuit have left plans to relocate an Exchange Place statue seemingly up in the air. The post Battle Over Jersey City’s Katyn Memorial Heats Up appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Katyn Memorial commemorating the deaths of Polish officers by the Soviet Union has stood in Exchange Place since 1991. CBS2’s Marc Liverman reports.
The daycare is scheduled to open in the residential Vantage building and will occupy 4,600 square feet of ground-floor retail space. The post Park View Academy Daycare to Open in Vantage, Downtown Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Marketing Directors brought home several awards from the recent New Jersey Builder’s Association Gala. The post The Marketing Directors Earn Top Honors in New Jersey appeared first on Jersey Digs.
With Jersey City’s reval in full swing, the numbers are now in for the first quarter of this new reality. The post An Influx of Inventory Hits Downtown Jersey City: How is the Market Responding? appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Brand new charming construction and abundant amenities available now at Jersey City’s newest luxury rental building, 485 Marin. The post High Over Hamilton Park, 485 Marin Is the Next Generation of Jersey City Apartment Living appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Democrat Phil Murphy, Republican Kim Guadagno spar in final debate before election.