A mixed-use project called “The Ballantine” could come to Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood, but an existing building would need to be demolished first. The post 280-Unit Development Could Replace Building Around Newark’s Old Ballantine Brewery Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A site in Essex County that had been used by a Swiss packaging supplier might contain 177 apartments and 34 townhomes at some point. The post Apartments and Townhouses Proposed for Roseland’s Former Bobst Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Part of the Plainfield Area YMCA’s former home could be adaptively reused and incorporated into a proposed development. The post 157-Unit Adaptive Reuse and Expansion Project Proposed for Plainfield’s Former YMCA Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The owners are now partnering with Newark-based developer Hanini Group to bring a five-story residential building to the property. The post Iconic Essex House Restaurant Couldn’t Survive Pandemic, Could Become Site of Residential Building appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Pep Boys site in Jersey City’s Journal Square could become home to a building that might contain hotel rooms, residential units, a banquet hall, a restaurant, and more. The post Approvals Sought for High-Rise Tower at Journal Square’s Pep Boys Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A company is looking for zoning changes that would allow a condominium and retail project to rise at the former home of Water Music Studios. The post Hoboken Set to Vote on Redevelopment for Former Recording Studio Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Earlier this week, CBRE announced the sale of a multi-family development site in Jersey City for $25.5 million. The post Jersey City Development Site Sells for $25.5M appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A large mixed-use project in Elizabeth that Jersey Digs first reported on more than three years ago is still in the works, but some changes to the plans were recently approved. The post Changes Made to 274-Unit ‘Jersey Walk’ Project at Former Elizabeth Hospital Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.