A developer wants to construct a project with 70 residential units, a rooftop terrace, and more along Avenue E in Bayonne a few blocks away from the 8th Street stop on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail. The post Two-Building Project Could Bring 70 New Apartments to Bayonne appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A developer has a plan to construct a project in suburban Mercer County that would include 38 “low and moderate income housing” units. The post 187-Unit Project Could Be Built in East Windsor Township appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Several adjacent properties near the corner of Schuyler and Quincy Avenues in Kearny are the subject of a plan involving a four-story mixed-use development. The post 87-Unit Mixed-Use Project Planned for Kearny appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A development on West Side Avenue in Jersey City that was only partially built could largely be dismantled and replaced with a new six-story mixed-use project. The post 108-Unit Project Could Replace Incomplete Jersey City Development appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A building on Irving Street in Jersey City that is used for warehousing and commercial purposes could be converted into a 13-unit development. The post Jersey City Heights Building Could Be Converted Into 13-Unit Project appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A company controlled by a developer with a controversial history is looking to bring a five-story building to several Downtown parcels currently home to a parking lot. The post 44-Unit Project Being Planned At 303 First Street in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
More than two years after the Newark Municipal Council authorized the sale of several Central Ward properties for $200,000, the new owner is proposing a nine-story development with 92 residential units. The post Renderings Released of Newark’s 92-Unit ‘Scott Towers’ Project appeared first on Jersey Digs.
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