The Jersey City Times has learned that Charles Kushner, the developer of the massive 1 Journal Square apartment complex next door, gave Fulop the initial idea of partnering with the French museum and locating Pompidou x in the Pathside building.
Two iconic buildings that have stood in downtown’s Paulus Hook neighborhood since Civil War times were once again spared demolition after a six-hour meeting of the Jersey City Historic Preservation Commission on Tuesday.
A new 60-story apartment tower with 104,000 square feet of retail space on the site of the closed Bed, Bath and Beyond store on Marin Boulevard is the next phase of a long-range redevelopment plan for Jersey City’s Metro Plaza.
Home to one of the oldest continuous settlements in New Jersey, Bergen Square in Jersey City is getting a mini makeover.
Wouldn’t it be great if the developer, who will receive more height and density, utilized some of that extra floor area and height to build units of affordable housing.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop predicted that over the next four years Journal Square will become a mecca for new residential high-rises, new entertainment and cultural venues.
June Jones writes that a “vicious and capricious” JCRA wrongly terminated the Morris Canal Community Development Corporation’s project on Communipaw Avenue.
Preservationists are sounding the alarm at St. Peters Prep’s renewed efforts to demolish two historic buildings in the Downtown neighborhood of Paulus Hook.
The Morris Canal Community Coalition, fighting to preserve the largely one- and two-family Berry Lane Park neighborhood in Jersey City’s southern end from development of a luxury residential high-rise, is pushing a compromise vision.
Despite the affordability crisis, a new report from paints a bullish picture of real estate development in Jersey City.