A 10-building portfolio of multifamily properties consisting of 324 units and two cell towers was recently sold for $50 million in Elizabeth, New Jersey. The post Ten Building Portfolio with Cell Towers Sold for $50 Million in Elizabeth appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Silverman will be asking the planning board for redevelopment plan modifications that would allow them to build a 401-unit development with affordable housing plus a school. The post Possible Zoning Changes Could Bring Two Towers to Jersey City’s Golden Cicada Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Long Island-based developer is constructing two glass-heavy high-rises out of six that are planned for the block that will create a new pedestrian-only street lined with retail shops. The post Two Towers from Namdar Group Rise in Jersey City as New Plaza Emerges appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The developer has submitted plans to construct a trio of mixed-use buildings in downtown Jersey City. The post LeFrak Plans Three Towers, Over 1,110 Units in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The projects include mixed-use developments that are planned for the corner of Market and Washington streets and the Paramount Theater site in Newark’s downtown. The post Proposed 14-Story Downtown Newark Towers Could Receive Decades-Long Tax Exemptions appeared first on Jersey Digs.
New renderings illustrate the latest mixed-use development that could rise in Downtown Newark. The post New Renderings Released of Newark’s 16-Story Kawaida Towers Project appeared first on Jersey Digs.
It has been nearly three years since plans for two 40-story buildings in Downtown Newark were announced as part of a project called “The Halo.” Now, a version of the project with 949 residential units is up for approvals. The post Developer’s Plan for ‘The Halo’ in Newark now Involves Three High-Rise Towers appeared first […]
Jersey City’s planning board unanimously voted against changes that would allow Mack-Cali to shift their project’s required affordable housing to another development they own on Washington Boulevard. The post Request to Move Upcoming DTJC Tower’s Affordable Units Off-Site Gets Cold Reception appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Three companies are looking to derail a 92-unit mixed-use project, alleging the public was insufficiently notified about the proposal and claiming a virtual planning board meeting on the application violated the state’s Sunshine Law. The post Lawsuit Seeks to Block Newark’s Scott Towers Development appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Jersey Digs has learned new details about a major project at 2 Sixth Street along the Hudson River in Jersey City that we first reported on in June. The post 51-Story, 39-Story, and 33-Story Towers Envisioned for Jersey City’s Pier 6 appeared first on Jersey Digs.