The Fair Share Housing Center is asking the courts to throw out legislation that the City Council approved this summer, arguing that it was enacted illegally and “gives a pass to politically connected developers.” The post Lawsuit Says Jersey City’s ‘Deeply Flawed’ Inclusionary Zoning Should Go appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A $5 million plan that will create almost eight miles of publicly accessible space around Jersey City’s water supply is moving forward following approvals. The post Phase One of Boonton Reservoir Hiking Trail Should Break Ground Next Year appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Journal Square Pub reopened earlier this year as JSQ Lounge and has been delighting regulars and newcomers alike with great drinks, great service, and now great food has launched too. The post JSQ Lounge: You Should Drink (And Eat!) Here Now 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.
After a long process, a deal to build a hotel and revitalize the city’s post office has officially kicked into high gear and is slated to go before the city council as early as next month. The post Hoboken Announces Shorter Hilton Design, Should Vote on Plan Soon appeared first on Jersey Digs.