Report: Land sale clears way for new largest park in Hoboken

Hoboken is set to pay $30 million to buy more than six acres in its northwestern end to build the city’s largest park, according to a published report.

Report: Whole Foods store in Newark coming by late winter

A new Whole Foods store, the retail centerpiece of a project to revitalize the historic Hahne & Co. building in downtown Newark, is expected to open within just a few months.

Architect unveils 3D animation of proposed Morristown hotel (VIDEO)

Attendees at a recent Morristown planning board meeting were offered a virtual tour of where a developer hopes to build a new 117-unit hotel — thanks to a 3D animation produced by the project’s architect.

Reports: 100,000 affordable units at stake in Supreme Court case

Arguments before the state Supreme Court are now underway in one of more pivotal cases tied to New Jersey’s beleaguered affordable housing policy, centering on the so-called gap years in which developers and towns were without clear guidelines.

Report: Design firms moving to Camden after merging

Four South Jersey and Philadelphia architecture firms have merged and are moving their new company to Camden, according to a published report, despite being denied tax incentives under a program that has helped drive other relocations to the city in recent years.

Tory Burch eyes move to Jersey City from N.Y.

A state authority has offered a nearly $11 million tax credit to entice fashion retailer Tory Burch to move corporate offices from Manhattan to Jersey City.

Report: 21-unit project pitched for Jersey City’s Heights section

A developer has proposed building a 21-unit residential complex at what is now a repair shop in Jersey City’s Heights section, according to a published report.

New Rutgers training complex coming to Piscataway

Rutgers University and RWJBarnabas Health broke ground Tuesday on a new 295,000-square-foot, four-story athletic training complex in Piscataway.

Toms River, advocates strike affordable housing deal

A deal between local officials and a housing advocacy group will result in Toms River having the fourth-highest number of new affordable housing units in the state in the coming decade.

Developer pitches Newark site for North Jersey casino

A local developer is pushing a site in Newark as the home of a casino if voters approve a statewide gaming expansion next month — and he is meeting with operators from Atlantic City about the proposal.