A recent decision by a federal agency has dealt a setback to local groups hoping to turn a 1.4-mile abandoned elevated railway bed known as the 6th Street Embankment into an elevated greenway for pedestrians and cyclists.
Jersey City residents can once again apply to the city’s Golden Neighborhood Housing Program, an opportunity for low- and moderate-income residents of the city to receive as much as $150,000 toward the cost of a buying a Jersey City apartment or house.
On Monday, seven years after promoting home-sharing, the mayor was celebrating the undoing of his 2015 Airbnb deal.
Two recently introduced bills would extend the period certain senior citizen renters and tenants with disabilities are protected from eviction if their homes are converted into condos, and would require more landlords to provide receipts for cash payments.
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit brought to stop a controversial 17-story development in Bergen-Lafayette have submitted a settlement proposal to the Jersey City Planning Board.
Last night the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency unanimously voted to approve the first Bayfront redevelopment agreement, a deal with Bayfront Development Partners LLC, to build a six-story building on Route 440 that has 35 percent affordable housing.
If it seems like the rent is too damn high in Jersey City, you’re probably not alone.
A new plan that would allow developers to increase the number of apartments in a development in exchange for including affordable units is getting a mixed reception.
The mayor deserves congratulations. The pedestrian mall appears to be an unqualified success.
A new study found that Jersey City ranked 11th nationally for the percentage of new apartments falling into the luxury category.