In a marathon six-hour session last night, the Jersey City Planning Board gave the green light to two massive projects in the Lafayette neighborhood.
Members of the Journal Square Community Association (JSQCA) have voted to support strict affordable housing requirements within the area covered by the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Plan.
Land-use consultancy Dresdner Robin announced that the firm has completed work on a veterans’ housing complex at 526 Ocean Avenue in Jersey City that opened yesterday.
Hudson County is proceeding apace with construction of a brand new courthouse—to be known as the Frank J. Guarini Justice Complex in honor of the former congressman—off Newark Avenue.
Homeowners who purchased their properties through an affordable housing program won’t pocket most of that appreciation when they sell, because of a deed restriction they say they didn’t know was on their mortgages.
Ward E Councilman James Solomon has unveiled a plan to strengthen tenants’ rights, triple the number of affordable homes and pass legislation that mandates affordable homes in all new developments.
Jersey City has been uniquely slow in distributing money under a federally funded rental assistance program, according to an article published today in HuffPost.
Tomorrow night, Councilman-at-large Rolando Lavarro will attempt to place a resolution on the agenda that would send an ambitious inclusionary zoning ordinance to the Planning Board for review.
New Jersey’s eviction moratorium for middle-income renters ended Wednesday, with courts starting to hear some of the 83,800-plus residential eviction cases landlords have filed since the start of the pandemic.
Mayor Fulop’s purchase of a $2.4 million home from Dixon Advisory, first reported by Hudson County View yesterday, raises serious questions.