For Downtown residents wondering what would become of the retail spaces along Grove Street formerly occupied by Subway, GNC, NJ.com and Remax, we have an answer. According to a spokesperson for the owner, Columbia Property Trust, the storefronts are being built out “in order to be repositioned to attract new tenants to serve this area.”
This month for “In Our Midst,” we’re thrilled to be speaking with Steve Kaplan, member of the 1976 U.S. Olympic fencing team and founder and owner of Cobra Fencing Club in Jersey City.
Over 200 people turned out Saturday in Hamilton Park for the kickoff of Ward E Councilman James Solomon’s re-election campaign, where campaign staff engaged them with balloons, signs, and speeches along with kids’ crafts and stories.
A new private high school will open in Jersey City in the fall of 2022. Franklin School will be located in Newport at 100 Town Square Place, and will teach ninth through twelfth graders for a $29,500 yearly tuition.
The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating a fatal shooting Downtown continuing a spike in shootings since the pandemic began.
The sound of jackhammers is echoing up Newark Avenue as the $6.7 million upgrade to the the Pedestrian Mall begins in earnest.
Mayor Steven Fulop’s controversial $6.7 million renovation of the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall moved forward today with an official groundbreaking.
For over two years Jersey City developer Peter Mocco had stalled, postured, obstructed, litigated, and cajoled. And by any reasonable measure he had come out ahead.
The Board of Adjustment ruling on 245 Newark had been a setback. But perhaps with a little luck, things would turn out differently at 333 Grand Street.
“The Empowering: A Social Justice Exhibition” is an explicitly political show that asks visitors to take a hard look at America as it is, and question where we might be heading.