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Hartz Mountain high-rise public hearing postponed to March 9

The battle between the township of Weehawken and Hartz Mountain Industries over a 14-story residential high-rise building at Lincoln Harbor continues into March. The Planning Board was originally scheduled to hold a public hearing on...

Scott Waldman from Weichert, Realtors’ Jersey City Exchange Place Office Recognized for Company and...

Joe Cubias, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that sales associate Scott Waldman with the Jersey City Exchange Place office was recognized for outstanding industry achievement in January. Waldman shared top honors for leading...

Weichert, Realtors and The Weingarten Group Announce Sales Gallery Now Open at Prior’s Pointe in Downtown...

The Weingarten Group has announced that the sales gallery is now open at Prior’s Pointe, its newest 16-unit condominium development, in Downtown Jersey City’s culturally-rich Village West neighborhood. Exclusively marketed by Irina Barnaby and Daniel...

Proposal could mean a new school in Downtown Jersey City

A new public school and over 800 residential units could be coming to downtown Jersey City. The proposed project would transform two blocks on dead-end streets where small deteriorating homes currently stand. Plans for the two...

A commercial vision for Hoboken Yards

Mayor Ravi Bhalla can begin negotiations with LCOR, the designated developer for the Hoboken Yards redevelopment, now that the City Council has unanimously adopted an ordinance approving amendments to the redevelopment plan. The plan, last...

Bayonne ferry terminal lease approved

The ferry terminal slated for construction at the former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne (MOTBY) is moving closer to fruition. The Bayonne City Council voted to adopt an ordinance that authorizes a ten-year lease with...

A letter, a meeting and three hospitals in crisis

Hudson County's state legislators have asked the governor to help put an end to the ongoing hospital crisis in Hudson County. In a letter to Gov. Phil Murphy, all nine elected officials asked the state...

Seven-story residential approved on Avenue E in Bayonne

The development boom continues in Bayonne with the approval of another multi-story residential building. EOM 90 Ave E Urban Renewal, LLC received approval by the Planning Board to construct a new seven-story multifamily residential...

More than half of Bayonne residents will see decrease in property taxes

Bayonne has finished the citywide property tax revaluation, and a large percentage of residents will see a decrease in their property taxes, according to Mayor James Davis. The purpose of the revaluation is to bring...

Christ Hospital to be financially monitored by state official

A financial monitor will be appointed to Christ Hospital amid the ongoing Hudson County hospital crisis. Nicole Kirgan is a spokesperson for the New Jersey Department of Health (DOH) who confirmed the new development. “The Department...
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