The fight over a $1.15 billion bond sale that would help a developer complete the stalled American Dream Meadowlands project is now in the hands of a state appeals court.
City officials are weighing a developer’s plan to redevelop a former hospital in Jersey City into a nine-story, 99-unit residential and retail building, according to The Jersey Journal.
Thomas Edison State University has marked the opening of a new building in Trenton that is home to its nursing school and a student advising center, according to the Times of Trenton.
Local officials in Eatontown have approved a zoning change that would allow the Kushner Cos. to move ahead with its sweeping mixed-use redevelopment of the Monmouth Mall.
Speaking to a crowd of fellow real estate and retail professionals, developer Bart Blatstein on Tuesday made a pitch for bringing new development and investment to Atlantic City.
The mixed-use project known as Gateway in Atlantic City could take important steps toward starting construction in the coming weeks.
New Jersey’s decades-long battle over affordable housing policy is heading back to the state Supreme Court, which has opted to hear an appeal for the latest dispute over how those obligations are calculated for local governments.
The Rundown: Three buildings that house state agencies in Trenton will be torn down to make way for two new structures, with the goals of streamlining the government’s footprint in the city and clearing a path toward private development.